lipocrit

lip·o·crit

(lip'ō-krit),
An apparatus and procedure for separating and volumetrically analyzing the amount of lipid in blood or other body fluid.
[lipo- + G. krinō, to separate]

lip·o·crit

(lip'ō-krit)
An apparatus and procedure for separating and volumetrically analyzing the amount of lipid in blood or other body fluids.
[lipo- + G. krinō, to separate]
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Forty-microliter aliquots of adipose cell suspension (at 20% lipocrit) were pipetted into plastic tubes that contained or did not contain 2 [micro]L of insulin, and incubated for 15 min at 37[degrees]C.
Adipocytes (approximately 20% lipocrit in 50 [micro]L) were placed in 17*100-mm polypropylene tubes containing Krebs/Ringer/phosphate/1% bovine serum albumin buffer (450 [micro]L) with 2 mM glucose pH 7.45 at 37[degrees]C, saturated with a gas mixture (95% [O.sub.2]/5% C[O.sub.2]) and 5 [micro]L of D-[U-[sup.14]C]-glucose (2 mM and 1850 [micro]Ci/tube), with or without insulin (10 nM), and incubated for 60 min at 37[degrees]C.