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dialyzable

(dī-ă-līz′ă-b'l)
Capable of receiving dialysis.
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A MeOH-soluble fraction (F-1), a MeOH- and water-insoluble fraction (F-2), a water-soluble and dialyzable fraction (F-3), an EtCH-soluble and non-dialyzable fraction (F-4) and a polysaccharide fraction (F-5) were obtained as described previously (Yamada et al.
Haemodialysis is best for water soluble and dialyzable substances (ethylene glycol, methanol), Haemoperfusion (Charcoal) is used for Phenobarbital.
Hyperpigmentation is mainly attributed to an increase in melanin in basal layer and superficial dermis due to failure of kidneys to excrete poorly dialyzable beta melanocyte stimulating hormone.
In patients with dialyzable anti-arrhythmic drugs, rhythm alterations can be caused by the drug removal during hemodialysis treatments.
Their rigorous dissection of characteristics of the assay and use of carefully defined solutions demonstrates that the assay correlates generally with total T but does not measure dialyzable T; this observation is consistent with prior reservations about this class of assay by reported by the Endocrine Society (2, 3) and of other investigators (4-6).
As yet, we do not know how this fluid affects spreading behavior, but unpublished observations in our laboratory indicate that it involves one or more heat-labile, dialyzable, and calcium-dependent "factors.
The tracer dialysis method was also applied to these solutions to verify dialyzable free testosterone concentrations.
It is dialyzable (#9), has molecular weight(s) [is greater than] 10,000 (#10), can be partially or totally inhibited by a protease inhibitor "cocktail" (#11), and is unaffected by mammalian heparin (#12).
Water-soluble vitamins are easily dialyzable, and this can lead to malnutrition (Ahmed, 1999).