biological fluid

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biological fluid

A generic term for any bio-organic fluid produced by an organism.

Examples
Serum, plasma, urine, blood, saliva, interstitial fluid, cytosol, etc.
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After tumor resection, the surgeon reinspected the orbit seriously to ensure no tumor remains, and then the whole surgical field was stanched thoroughly and carefully by the biofluid hemostatic membrane and bipolar cautery.
Cell-free DNA was first identified and studied as circulating biomarkers in biofluid. Recently, cell-free RNA was found packaged into extracellular vesicles which are shed from cellular surfaces into the biofluid.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the fish freshness according to the biofluid derived compounds.
Author Jagannath Mazumdar presents readers with the second edition of his comprehensive exploration of the field of biofluid mechanics, examining various biological problems from the perspective of fluid mechanics.
Salivary Cortisol is an easily obtainable biofluid and noninvasive source for evaluating the HPA axis.
In addition, advanced mass spectrometry techniques can provide high-throughput, comprehensive, and quantitative information about proteins in clinical cell (e.g., tumor biopsies) and biofluid samples (e.g., urine, saliva, or plasma) at high sensitivity (Jimenez and Verheul 2014).
People can do medical tests at home or anywhere else by using their (http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=38690) biofluid sample on this health tracker.
As part of our ongoing research on metabolic disorders (T2DM obesity diabetic nephropathy) we have collected biofluid samples and clinically relevant information from more than 500 participants at public places and hospitals in the Faisalabad region of Pakistan.
The biofluid optics research in the DBME is based on a novel concept of the multicomponent dialysis monitoring, using optical techniques.
For life science researchers, the company offers an opportunity for quick, prep-free analysis of biological samples for a variety of applications, including mass spec imaging, in vivo analysis of microbiological samples and biofluid analysis.