For the study, published in the journal Heart Lung and Circulation, researchers used mouse models to investigate the impact of 1,25D -- a form of Vitamin D that interacts with hormones -- on the cardiac colony-forming unit
fibroblasts (cCFU-Fs)cells that form scar tissue after a heart attack.
violaceum as well as the expressive number of colony-forming unit
per milliliter of C.
The only cell functionality test presently used in this field, especially for umbilical cord blood transplantation, is the colony-forming unit
(CFU) assay, which is subjective, non-validated and has been used since the early 1970s.
Topics include a method to isolate and purify human bone marrow stromal stem cells, adipose-derived stem cells, colony-forming unit
assays for MSCs, freezing and recovery of MSCs, and assays of MSCs with microrrays.
When we took a post-bacterial sample we ended up with only one colony-forming unit
All of the tests detected the presence of as low as 1 colony-forming unit
The number of colony-forming unit
equivalents per ml in tracheal swabs from experimentally infected birds could be determined from a single sample.
Solicitation: Automated and standardized colony counting for the hematopoietic colony-forming unit
Transfer frequencies were expressed as the number of transconjugants per donor colony-forming unit
after the mating period.
Six samples were detected to have a total legionella count at or above the upper threshold, which is 1 000 colony-forming units
As you may know, the D-10 value for a microorganism is defined as the UV dose necessary to affect a 90% reduction in colony-forming units
As previously mentioned, the most common source of contamination is from people; a fully gowned operator may release as many as 10,000 colony-forming units