nail sample

nail sample

; nail scraping samples of nail plate harvested for laboratory culture and analysis, to identify presence of fungal elements
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Presolicitation: Measurement of selenium mercury iron zinc chromium and scandium in nail samples (244 esophageal cancer cases and 244 controls) from the golestan cohort iran
Kircik tested 41 possible liquid formulations of efmaconazole, assessed eight prototypes on nail samples from cadavers and in a guinea pig model, and settled on one formulation--([sup.
Sleuths have taken nail samples of the four accused -- Shivank Gambhir, Madhav Bhandari, Ritham Girhotra and Pranil Shah -- to ascertain whether a scuffle had broken out between them and Anmol since blood stains were found inside Pranil's house ( Flat 95) in Kalkaji.
Victims can be identified through DNA analysis of nail samples, but even then considerable time and effort must be taken to decontaminate the samples, according to experts.
We thank Heidi Berghall for nail samples, Harry Kujari for photographs, and Tiina Ylinen for assistance in the laboratory.
The nail samples were cleaned by sonification in HPLC-grade water and then acetone washed to remove debris from the nail surface.
Halfway through the six-month, Phase 2 trial, no nail samples were dermatophyte-positive, and 67 percent of subjects had sufficient clear nail growth to be considered responders.
The report, based on tests of urine, hair and nail samples from Anwar at laboratories in Malaysia, Australia and England, concluded there were no signs of "chronic or acute" arsenic poisoning.
The other reason Vijender, a DSP in the Haryana Police, could be keeping his distance from Patiala is that he kept dodging the Punjab Police when it wanted to get his hair and nail samples for a drug test.
Nail samples from all 10 toes were collected from each subject, stored in plastic bags, and shipped back to the United States.
The standard PCRRFLP method applied to a large number of nail samples, however, yielded occasional questionable electropherograms.