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lyophilize

(lī-ŏf′ə-līz′)
tr.v. lyophi·lized, lyophi·lizing, lyophi·lizes
To freeze-dry (blood plasma or other biological substances).

ly·oph′i·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
ly·oph′i·liz′er n.

lyophilize

to freeze-dry a substance under vacuum conditions.
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TABLE 54 MILLROCK TECHNOLOGY'S LYOPHILIZER SERIES AND SPECIFICATIONS 152
The company's original facility on Sundial Avenue in Manchester was established in 1997 and is currently being used for medical device manufacturing and features 8 lyophilizers in sizes from 12 square feet to 179 square feet.
Waldmann also expects to see more manufacturers of lyophilizers to offer loading systems for barrier applications.
There are four lyophilizers with a total of 1230 square feet of capacity.
The start-up of our second lyophilizer was achieved during the second quarter but since commercial production started late in the quarter it has not yet materially contributed to revenue growth.
DRAXIS' current in-house production requirements plus commitments from several new third party customers will represent a substantial portion of the capacity of the first lyophilizer.
The white precipitate was washed twice with methanol and dried using lyophilizer to obtain water soluble compound.
It is often conducted in lyophilization equipment, which is commonly termed as a lyophilizer or freeze dryer.
All the solvents were then evaporated using a rotary vacuum evaporator (Buchi Rotavapor, CH-9230, Buchi Labortechnik GmbH, Essen, Germany) at 40[degrees]C, frozen overnight at -80[degrees]C and dried in lyophilizer (Virtis Freezemobile 25 EL, New York) and finally the residues were re-dissolved in appropriate solvents.
31 mbar for two days using a Lyophilizer (Martin Christ, Alpha 1-4, Germany).
The solvents from the freeze-dried emulsion were stripped off using a Lyophilizer at 0.
Samples for mercury detection were frozen at -70[degrees]C in a slurry of ethanol and dry ice and then left in a lyophilizer for about 24 hours.