centrifugate


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centrifugate

 [sen-trif´u-gāt]
material subjected to centrifugation.
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Thus at outcome of centrifugate: in the I method was 71,865 1 (46,1 %), in the II method 76,1 1.
Similar not authentic distinctions on an outcome of ballast proteins and centrifugate, are noted in serum of the blood, received from donor mares of different age and in various terms of a pregnancy.
Thus centrifugate outcome: in the I method has made from 7,04 l to 8,817 1., in the II method from 6,845 l to 9,304 l.
The outcome of ballast proteins and centrifugate from the blood serum, received from donors with different terms of a pregnancy fluctuated within the limits from 51,1 % to 58,9 % and from 41,1 % to 48,9 % respectively.
Thus, the methods of clarification of PMS from ballast proteins did not render essential impact on outcome of ballast proteins and centrifugate from blood serum.
After the equilibration period, particulate matter was removed by centrifugation (15 000 g, 15 rain) and the centrifugate was filtered (0.45 [[micro]molar]) and analyzed for P[O.sub.4].
This would lead to a discrepancy between the measured pH values in the centrifugate and the estimated base saturation determined 2 mo later.
The pH value, conductivity and N[O.sub.3] concentrations in soil solutions were compared with centrifugates from the day of the soil sampling.