microsyringe

microsyringe

 [mi″kro-sĭ-rinj´]
a syringe fitted with a screw-threaded micrometer for accurate measurement of minute quantities.

mi·cro·sy·ringe

(mī'krō-si-rinj'),
A hypodermic syringe that has a micrometer screw attached to the piston, whereby accurately measured minute quantities of fluid may be injected.

microsyringe

/mi·cro·syr·inge/ (-sĭ-rinj´) a syringe fitted with a screw-thread micrometer for accurate measurement of minute quantities.

mi·cro·sy·ringe

(mī'krō-si-rinj')
A hypodermic syringe that has a micrometer screw attached to the piston, allowing accurately measured minute quantities of fluid to be injected.

mi·cro·sy·ringe

(mī'krō-si-rinj')
Hypodermic syringe with a micrometer screw attached to the piston, so accurately measured minute quantities of fluid may be injected.

microsyringe

a syringe fitted with a screw-threaded micrometer for accurate measurement of minute quantities.
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The experimental system included two microsyringe pumps in which 10g of air-dried feed and solvent are pushed out with a constant flow rate.
sup][18] A microsyringe was placed in the hole toward the right ventricle until the needle had penetrated and was withdrawn with cerebrospinal fluid.
Drugs were injected slowly with a Hamilton microsyringe into one of the LV under stereotactic guidance (Brega: 1.
The following major instruments were used: stereotactic frame (RWD68002, Shenzhen RWD Life Science, Shenzhen, China), Morris water maze (built in-house by Guangxi Medical University), microsyringe (Shanghai Anting Microsyringe Factory, Shanghai, China); and electronic balance (ML204, Mettler-Toledo, Shanghai, China).
Five uL of aliquot with seven-day enriched cultures were transferred to the prepared oil-well coated regions using a microsyringe.
The animals were restrained manually and a 30-gauge needle connected by polyethylene tubing to a 25 [micro]1 microsyringe (Hamilton, Birmingham, UK) was inserted through the skin and between the vertebrae into the subarachnoid space of the L5-L6 spinal segments.
Solutions were freshly prepared just before use and were injected by a Hamilton microsyringe (Hamilton Inc.
4] M) and dried in vacuum was placed in a rectangular glass chamber, and a liquid drop was introduced onto the substrate through a microsyringe.
16] STZ dissolved in normal saline was infused bilaterally into the cerebroventricles (5 [micro]L on each site and the final concentration of 3 mg/kg body weight) through microinjection pump, which was connected to a Hamilton microsyringe.