bovine serum albumin

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bo·vine se·rum al·bu·min (BSA),

a source of albumin commonly used during in vitro biologic studies.

bo·vine se·rum al·bu·min

(BSA) (bō'vīn sēr'ŭm al-bū'min)
A source of albumin commonly used in in vitro biologic studies.
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These results are in line with previous studies that reported reduced cumulus cell expansion when serum was substituted with bovine serum albumin (Cetica et al.
Anti-aggregation properties of trehalose on heat-induced secondary structure and conformation changes of bovine serum albumin.
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Effects of cholesterol-loaded cyclodextrin during freezing step of cryopreservation with TCGY extender containing bovine serum albumin on quality of goat spermatozoa.
Interaction of the anticancer plant alkaloid sanguinarine with bovine serum albumin.
The performance of a novel in situ biosensing device comprised of a carbon nanotube (CNT) fibre attached to a quartz tuning fork was experimentally demonstrated by monitoring the adsorption of bovine serum albumin at two different pH values corresponding to minimal (pH 7) and maximal (pH 4.
The effect of sera, bovine serum albumin and follicular cells on in vitro maturation and fertilization of porcine oocytes.
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Determination of the binding site of arsenic on bovine serum albumin using warfarin (site-I specific probe) and diazepam (site-II specific probe).
Bovine serum albumin (BSA) is a non-toxic and safe protein for consumption that has been used as matrix to control the release of drug [1, 2].

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