hemolysate

hemolysate

 [he-mol´ĭ-sāt]
the product of hemolysis.

he·mol·y·sate

(hē-mol'i-sāt),
Preparation resulting from the lysis of erythrocytes.

he·mol·y·sate

(hē-mol'i-sāt)
Preparation resulting from the lysis of erythrocytes.
Synonym(s): haemolysate.

hemolysate

the product resulting from hemolysis.
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An alternative in these cases is to employ HPLC following a "concentration step"; that is, the instrument is forced to inject five times the amount of hemolysate onto the HPLC column.
The ARCHITECT HbA1c assay is used in clinical laboratories for the quantitative in vitro measurement of the percent hemoglobin A1c (% HbA1c) or the hemoglobin A1c concentration (mmol/mol) in human whole blood and hemolysate on the ARCHITECT c8000 System.
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4) The most commonly used method, osmotic shock, involves preparing a hemolysate by removing plasma from a whole blood sample after spinning, washing the cells with saline, mixing with water, and freezing overnight.
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At least 300 / three / photometric and 450 / four hundred and fifty / ion-selective definitions of time in samples of serum, plasma, urine, cerebrospinal fluid, hemolysate and whole blood.