Tyrode

Ty·rode

(tī'rōd),
Maurice V., U.S. pharmacologist, 1878-1930. See: Tyrode solution.
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Frozen-thawed spermatozoa washed twice with tyrode albumin lactate pyruvate medium (TALP, 92.
sup][12],[22] Under physiological-like condition, that is, in CO [sub]2 /HCO [sub]3[sup]− buffered Tyrode solution, Na [sup]+ -HCO [sub]3[sup]− -dependent transporter, that is, NBC, has been found to be another acid extruder to accompany NHE to achieve acid equivalent extrusion following intracellular acidosis in many different cell types.
The muscle was then excised and fixed between two platinum plate electrodes in 50 ml Radnotti tissue bath filled with Tyrode solution (121 mM NaCl, 5 mM KCl, 0.
Los cardiomiocitos aislados se almacenaron en una solucion de Tyrode (en mM) Glucosa 5,5, NaCl 136,5, KC1 5,4, Mg[Cl.
Solo el grupo control estuvo expuesto una mitad a una cepa de Lactobacillus acidophilus y la otra en solucion tyrode.
The muscles were then thoroughly washed in Tyrode solution (and occasionally maintained in culture medium) and dissociated with fire-polished glass Pasteur pipettes.
Each semen sample was divided into nine aliquots of 200 ul each, three replicates for each of the two experimental and control group, one of the experimental groups was supplemented with 50ul vitamin-E (a-tocopherol) solution (1mM) in Ringer- tyrode as described by Verma and Kanwar (1999).
Las plaquetas de una parte del PRP fueron lavadas tres oportunidades con tampon Tyrode modificado (NaCl 137 mM, KCl 2,8 mM, Mg[Cl.