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homogenate

 [ho-moj´ĕ-nāt]
material obtained by homogenization.

ho·mog·e·nate

(hō-moj'ĕ-nāt),
Tissue ground into a creamy consistency in which the cell structure is disintegrated (so-called cell-free). Compare: brei.

homogenate

/ho·mog·e·nate/ (ho-moj´in-āt) material obtained by homogenization.

homogenate

[hōmoj′ənit]
a tissue that is or has been made homogenous, as by grinding cells into a creamy consistency for laboratory studies. A homogenate usually lacks cell structure. Also called broken cell preparation.

ho·mog·e·nate

(hŏ-moj'ĕ-nāt)
Tissue ground into a creamy consistency in which the cell structure is disintegrated (so-called cell free).

homogenate

material obtained by homogenization.
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Catalase activity (figure 4) did not exhibit any statistically significant difference between the liver and lung homogenates.
The CK activity only in the homogenate was determined spectrophotometrically with commercial CK kit (Nanjing Jiancheng Bioengineering Institute, China).
Pools positive in the screening assay were confirmed by reextracting RNA from the original tick homogenate and performing the quantitative rRT-PCR with 2 primer/probe sets, primer/probe sets NP1 and PB1.
The concentration of the GSH and some oxidative stress-related factors were also detected by ELISA in the hepatocyte homogenates.
Duplicates of 10 [micro]l homogenates were taken after centrifugation and plated in 96-well plates; 300 [micro]l of the Bradford reagent 1:5 diluted was added to each well.
75 [micro]g adipocyte homogenate was applied directly, without boiling, to a nondenaturing 10% polyacrylamide gel.
Kidney, testis, spleen and jejunum were weighed and homogenized immediately to give 50% (w/v) homogenate in ice- cold medium containing 50 mM TrisHCl and 300 mM sucrose, pH 7.
Our observation of elevated activities of both SOD and catalase in whole body homogenates of flies after 12 days of intoxication with PQ, suggests that flies were exposed to elevated oxidative stress in vivo, and that the damage persists for several days after intoxication.
Determined at 41[degrees]C by incubating 40 [micro]l of duodenal homogenate with 200 gl of 1 mM inositolhexaphosphoric sodium salt and 200 [micro]l of 25 mM Mg[Cl.