hemolyzation

he·mol·y·za·tion

(hē'mol-i-zā'shŭn),
The production or occurrence of hemolysis.
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Sixteen percent of the line draws had some degree of hemolyzation (n = 25) versus 6% (n = 4) for venipuncture samples.
Ultrasonic hemolyzation offers advantages over chemical hemolyzation, including low maintenance and zero risk of interference from chemical hemolyzing agents or partially hemolyzed red blood cells.
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Two samples were taken from bags 2, 3, and 5, and hemolysate was prepared from each using 2 methods: the manufacturer's procedure for sample preparation and a variant in which a vortex-mixing step was added before withdrawal of the aliquot for hemolyzation. Also, 12 hemolysates were prepared from bag 4 (6 mixed and 6 unmixed) and analyzed in replicate.