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homogenate

 [ho-moj´ĕ-nāt]
material obtained by homogenization.

ho·mog·e·nate

(hō-moj'ĕ-nāt),
Tissue ground into a creamy consistency in which the cell structure is disintegrated (so-called cell-free). Compare: brei.

homogenate

/ho·mog·e·nate/ (ho-moj´in-āt) material obtained by homogenization.

homogenate

[hōmoj′ənit]
a tissue that is or has been made homogenous, as by grinding cells into a creamy consistency for laboratory studies. A homogenate usually lacks cell structure. Also called broken cell preparation.

ho·mog·e·nate

(hŏ-moj'ĕ-nāt)
Tissue ground into a creamy consistency in which the cell structure is disintegrated (so-called cell free).

homogenate

material obtained by homogenization.
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Owing to a lack of independence in the source snails, separate analyses were run for the swab and homogenate samples.
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One colony was isolated from the Colorado whole body homogenate and one from the surface collection.
The GSH statuses in whole blood and muscle homogenate are given in Table 4 and 5, respectively.
1960) and pH of the homogenate were read at 25[degrees]C directly on a scholar pH meter, model 425.
The total activity of acetyl-CoA carboxylase in the nuclear-free homogenate and in the cytosolic fraction of lactating mammary gland was measured by a method based on the incorporation of [H.
Approximately 7 ml of saline or homogenate was added to the syringe and anaesthetic gas mixture (containing 5% halothane, 2.
Using polymerase chain reaction technology they discuss a quick and apparently reliable method of real-time assay to detect sentinel axillary lymph node metastases intraoperatively by assessing the homogenate of the nodal tissue.
The homogenate was centrifuged in the cold at 8000 g for 10 min and clear supernatant was stored in small aliquots at -20[degrees]C.