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filtrate

 [fil´trāt]
a liquid or gas that has passed through a filter.

fil·trate

(fil'trāt),
That which has passed through a filter.

filtrate

/fil·trate/ (fil´trāt) a liquid or gas that has passed through a filter.

fil·trate

(fil'trāt)
That which has passed through a filter.

filtrate

The portion of material placed in a filter that passes through.

Filtrate

The part of filtered material that flows through the filter.
Mentioned in: Fanconi's Syndrome

filtrate

liquid that has passed through a filter; the filtrate retains any suspended solids

filtrate

a liquid that has passed through a filter.

glomerular filtrate
the filtrate that passes from the lumen of the glomerular capillary to the space of Bowman's capsule.
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After primary selection, only extracts from strain WBS007 had positive results according to 4 color developing reactions, indicating that the mycelia and the culture filtrates contained alkaloid(s).
kitimo savartyno filtrate priklausomybe nuo filtrato islaikymo reaktoriuose trukmes.
A common protein-free filtrate is prepared by adding blood directly to cold 5% metaphosphoric acid.
However, apo B concentrations in the ultracentrifuged sample tended to be higher than those measured in the immunoseparated filtrate, especially at mean LDL-apo B concentrations >~1.
After two weeks of additional analysis, the Company has determined that during the drill stem testing of its EWA-2X first well, based on measured salinities, the only fluids that flowed from this well during testing was the mud filtrate and sea water used for drilling, and at no time did formation water ever come to the surface.
5 meters (6,663 feet) recovered load water and filtrate, but no oil.
The MRILab tool utilizes Nuclear Magnetic Resonance technology to continuously monitor the level of filtrate contamination in the fluid to minimize the time required to obtain a clean sample.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Filtrate sump pump
5 and partially opening the washing system by switching from Eop filtrate to hot water on the first wash stage of the DO washer.
NYSE: WTI) today announced it has acquired from Champion International Corporation (NYSE: CHA) of Stamford, Connecticut exclusive, worldwide licensing rights for the Bleach Filtrate Recycle Process (BFR(TM), a proprietary plant effluent recycling process used in bleached kraft pulp mills.
Doug Cannaday, President, notes "The key to the open-hole test program recommended by Spectrum 2000 and Baker Hughes contemplates continued testing continue to allow the 7-32 well to clean up to permit flow of formation fluids with no contamination from either filtrate or drilling mud.