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ly·sate

(lī'sāt),
Material produced by the destructive process of lysis.

lysate

[lī′sāt]
a product of dissolution of matter by lysis, as in the destruction of proteins by hydrolysis.

ly·sate

(lī'sāt)
Material produced by the destructive process of lysis.

lysate

(lī′sāt)
1. The products of hydrolysis.
2. The material that remains when cells are lysed by enzymes, inorganic chemicals, or physical means.
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Because the immunoblot was performed under denaturing conditions, the results also suggest that the MC(+) lysate may contain an endogenous inhibitor that prevents effective IgE binding to the relevant peptide(s) in its native form (Figure 1A).
The lysates were screened for GBS for a first time by the RT-PCR BD GeneOhmTM Strep B assay kit and the results recorded.
Although a cure for provoked vulvodynia has not been found as of yet, Cutaneous Lysate is a promising new treatment for women suffering from vulvar pain.
The membrane-bound NADPH-oxidase activity was also suppressed in the PMA-stimulated cell lysate.
For this experiment, 20 [micro]L of the cell lysate containing 8.
If CPE occurred "usually from 19 23 hours" and "cells were then harvested and lysed" for next injection, TSV most likely persisted in the lysate after the third passage because the cell monolayers had not been washed as they were in our method.
On antibody chips (Eurogentec, Belgium), the analysis of differential protein expression involved spotting of one antibody on glass slide; assay (the binding of the SSTR receptor to the antibody array was performed upon incubation of the spotted slide with 50 [micro]l of buffer or parasite lysate (obtained from untreated/ 2 days somatostatin therapy received/5 days somatostatin therapy received mice); incubation with the second antibody that was labelled with a fluorophore (Cy5).
RNA 3 hybridized to a series of ASOs was used as a template for in vitro translation using rabbit reticulocyte lysates.
PLUS(TM) is commercially manufactured human platelet lysate that serves as a cytokine rich replacement for fetal bovine serum (FBS).
In a successful second career as head of Associates of Cape Cod, Watson and company produced that extract--limulus amoebocyte lysate (LAL)--which is used by hospitals and medical device producers worldwide to detect bacterial contamination and ensure safe products.