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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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.
Lipid peroxidation : Lipid peroxidation in the haemolysate was assessed by the protocol described by Placer et al.
One ml blood was left in syringe for separating the serum and 2 ml was kept in EDTA vial for separation of plasma and preparation of haemolysate.
A 1:20 haemolysate is made of the red cells and used to determine PK enzyme activity by the conversion of PEP to pyruvate.
Before the assay, further dilution of the haemolysate was made in potassium phosphate buffer (50 mM, pH 7).
Haemolysate for haemoglobin estimation, fixed avian red cells for TLC, PBS and reticulocyte count for manual and mechanical testing were prepared in our laboratory.
Erythrocyte folate analysis: effect of pH of ascorbic acid diluent, point of deconjugation, and length and temperature of haemolysate storage [Abstract].
The concentration of oxy-and met-Hb were determined spectrophotometrically in the haemolysate by measuring the absorbance at 577 and 630 nm as described by Winterbourn (10) (oxyHb [concentration of heme, [micro]M] = 66 [A.