microinjector

microinjector

 [mi″kro-in-jek´ter]
an instrument for infusion of very small amounts of fluids or drugs.

mi·cro·in·jec·tor

(mī'krō-in-jek'tŏr),
An instrument for infusion of very small amounts of fluids or drugs into animals or humans.

microinjector

/mi·cro·in·jec·tor/ (-in-jek´ter) an instrument for infusion of very small amounts of fluids or drugs.

microinjector

[mī′krō·injek′tər]
an instrument that delivers tiny amounts of a substance into a cell.

microinjector

an instrument for infusion of very small amounts of fluids or drugs.
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It is a combination of a pneumatic microinjector combined with a microinjection cap holder located on a manual micromanipulator.
Protein samples (8 ug) were loaded in each sample hole using the microinjector, Electrophoresis was conducted at 120 V and 4degC.
45 1/4m disposable hydrophilic filter and 20 [micro]l water soluble extract (WSE) was injected in the HPLC (Shimadzu, Japan) through microinjector (Hamilton, Switzerland).
The TransferMan 4m is classified in the United States as an assisted reproduction micromanipulator and microinjector medical device under 21 CFR 884.
The SCS Microinjector is used in Clearside's investigational clinical trials.
Clearside said that the inclusion of the iScience patent portfolio complements its own intellectual property portfolio which protects its drug candidates, microinjector and non-surgical drug administration into the SCS.
LPS (50 pg in 5 [micro]l sterile normal saline) was injected into the right lateral cerebral ventricle in model groups via a stainless steel needle using a microinjector.
5, 1 and 2 ul of essential oil by microinjector (Hamilton) and with 30ul of methanol, ethanol and ethyl acetate extracts per disc.
For isolating single CTCs, we applied a micromanipulator consisting of the microinjector CellTram vario and the micromanipulator TransferMan NK2 (both Eppendorf) supplemented with custom-made capillaries (40 [micro]mol/L in diameter, capillary type III, Eppendorf) and connected to an Axiovert 200 inverted fluorescence microscope (Carl Zeiss).
The presence of free circulating cells in the gastrovascular system was determined in three ways: (1) by collecting gastrovascular fluid from the mouth of the polyps and from inside the canals (fluid was obtained using a micromanipulator [Narishige, Japan], a microinjector [Narishige, IM 300, Japan] and a micropipette with a tip diameter of 30 [[micro]meter]) and viewing it with a light microscope (100x-1000x); (2) by analyzing histological cross-sections of the gastrovascular canals; and (3) by using a sharp razor blade to injure live corals in the periphery of the colony and observing the outcoming fluid under the light microscope.