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lyse

 [līz]
1. to cause or produce disintegration of a compound, substance, or cell.
2. to undergo lysis.

lyse

(līs),
To break up, to disintegrate, to effect lysis.

lyse

(līz)
1. to cause or produce disintegration of a compound, substance, or cell.
2. to undergo lysis.

lyse

(līs, līz)
intr. & tr.v. lysed, lysing, lyses
To undergo or cause to undergo lysis.

lyse

to cause or produce disintegration of a compound, substance, or cell. See lysis.

lyse

(līs)
To break up, to disintegrate, to effect lysis.
Synonym(s): lyze.

lyse, lyze

1. to cause or produce disintegration of a compound, substance or cell.
2. to undergo lysis.
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We evaluated the effects of cAMP concentration on FRET levels in lysed cells (Fig.
Cells were treated with TPA or EGF for 30 min, washed with ice-cold phosphate-buffered saline once, then lysed with lysis buffer (2% SDS, 50 mM Tris-HCl pH 7.
Corixa's cell therapy Melacine is based on the "cell vaccine" concept and consists of lysed (broken) cells from two human melanoma cell lines combined with Detox adjuvant.
IVBC / NRBC Staining Reagent used for XN Series Five Part Differential Hematology Analysers with unmatured granulocytes, reagent should have a pack size of 164 ml and should be able to label the nucleated cells in diluted and lysed blood samples for determination of white blood cell count, nucleated red blood cell count and basophil count in blood with automated hematology analyzers 82x2
Chloramphenicol and penicillin MICs were determined for all isolates, according to the recommendations of the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards, by the broth microdilution method using Mueller-Hinton broth with 5% lysed horse blood incubated in 5% [CO.
The poster details studies using Oxiplex in a rabbit animal model of adhesion reformation, where adhesions are lysed and allowed to reform.
The source material for GenomiPhi DNA Amplification Kit can be purified DNA or lysed cells from whole blood, buccal swabs, cell-blotted paper, plant tissue and microorganisms.
Although these telomerase-specific CTLs effectively lysed (destroyed) DCs that had been transfected with either TERT RNA or RNA from renal cancer cells, they did not lyse DCs transfected with RNA from several normal tissues that express telomerase transiently or at low levels, including bone marrow, normal renal epithelium, normal skin, or adrenal gland.
Melacine melanoma vaccine consists of lysed (broken) cells from two human melanoma cell lines combined with Corixa's proprietary Detox(TM) adjuvant.