The impact of non-endotoxin LAL-reactive materials on Limulu
s amebocyte lysate analyses.
Paleolimulus, an early limuline (Xiphosurida), from Pennsylvanian-Permian Lagerstatten of Kansas, and taphonomic comparison with modern Limulus
gingivalis por la tecnica cromogenica del lisado de amebocitos de Limulus
Detection of pyrogens adsorbed to intraocular lenses: evaluation of limulus
amoebocyte lysate and in vitro pyrogen tests.
The coagulation cascade (also called Limulus
Enzyme Cascade) can be triggered by endotoxins, or alternatively by [beta]-glucans, which are short-chain polysaccharides found in the cell walls of yeasts and molds.
The content of LPS in BCPs was determined by limulus
amebocyte lysate reagent method (Chang and Sack 2001).
Amebocyte Lysate (LAL) coagulation activity and rabbit pyrogen assay were exploited to monitor the functionality of purified LPS.
The corneal cones of limulus
as optimized light collectors.
Samples were analyzed using the kinetic limulus
assay with resistant-parallel-line estimation method developed by Milton et al.
For the limulus
amoebocyte lysate (LAL) assay, endotoxin-free magnesium chloride (MgC[l.
Paleolimulus, an early limuline (Xiphosurida), from Pennsylvanian-Permian Lagerstatten of Kansas and taphonomic comparison with modern Limulus
Upon the presence and distribution of a chromatophorotropic principle in the central nervous system of Limulus