microcapillary

microcapillary

a small capillary.

microcapillary hematocrit
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In the first method, pure venom was collected by capillary action into a microcapillary tube, from 20 randomly selected workers of S.
Tegaran plays an important role by inhibiting VEGF and MMPs to prevent tumor growth and new microcapillary vessels.
Methods: Blood samples were taken from the wing vein of pigeons (n: 173) through microcapillary (with/heparin) tubes between February and March 2016.
The nectar was collected with microcapillary tube with precision of 2pl and the volume was measured with a digital caliper.
12,13) The ejaculate was collected in graduated microcapillary tubes (Microcaps, Drummond Scientific Co, Broomall, PA, USA) and semen volume was recorded.
69 studies used paper strips for GCF collection (Table 3), 24 studies used microcapillary pipettes (Table 2), and only 4 studies utilized the gingival washing method to collect their samples (Table 1).
Porch, "Split ring resonator technique for compositional analysis of solvents in microcapillary systems," in Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS '08), pp.
The "" stands for the microcapillary glass slide that holds the protein samples.
Towards standardization of RNA quality assessment using user-independent classifiers of microcapillary electrophoresis traces.
From a provider's standpoint, potential game-changing strategies include the use of microfluidic technologies and newer focusing techniques such as microcapillary and acoustic focusing," said Ravishankar.
Each microcapillary was weighed on an analytical balance before and after the food collection to calculate the total food content weight/brood cell.