hemolysate

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hemolysate

 [he-mol´ĭ-sāt]
the product of hemolysis.

he·mol·y·sate

(hē-mol'i-sāt),
Preparation resulting from the lysis of erythrocytes.

he·mol·y·sate

(hē-mol'i-sāt)
Preparation resulting from the lysis of erythrocytes.
Synonym(s): haemolysate.

hemolysate

the product resulting from hemolysis.
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3] Haemolysate is prepared by adding 50 [micro]L of whole blood to 250 [micro]L lysing reagent followed by incubation for 5 minutes to allow complete lysis of RBC 1 mL of haemolysate then added to Ion-Exchange resin tube and mixed on a vortex mixer continuously for 5 minutes.
The specimen of choice for the routine investigation of Hb is a red blood cell haemolysate.
Then distilled water was added to erythrocyte pellet slowly and with constant stirring upto the marked level to prepare haemolysate.
1] phenotype was determined by starch gel electrophoresis of haemolysate (7) as previously described (3).
The rate of decrease in optical density of the system at 340 nm was measured for 10 min at 30 sec intervals against the blank containing the reaction mixture without haemolysate.
Protective effect of silymarin on erythrocyte haemolysate againstbenzo(a)pyrene and exogenous reactive oxygen species ([H.
Wherever required, haemolysate preparation was run on agarose gel electrophoresis at alkaline pH of 8.
Plasma and haemolysate were stored at -80[degrees]C until the day of analysis.