normal human serum

nor·mal hu·man se·rum

sterile serum obtained by pooling approximately equal amounts of the liquid portion of coagulated whole blood from eight or more people who are free from any disease transmissible by transfusion.
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The bactericidal impact of normal human serum functional significant role in steward defense versus bacterial infection.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Normal Human Serum (For Research Purpose) Negative For Human Immunodeciency Virus Rna(Hiv-1 Rna), Antibodies To Human Immunodeciency Virus(Anti-Hiv 1/2), Antibodies To Hepatitis C Virus (Hcv),Hepatitis C Virus Rna(Hcv Rna), Non-Reactive For Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (Hbsag), Non-Reactive For Syphilis
Venous blood was collected from normal healthy individuals into Becton Dickinson EDTA coated vacutainers and the plasma recalcified to make normal human serum (NHS).
The thorax was triturated with 1 ml plastic mosquito tissue grinders in a solution of 20% acetone-extracted normal human serum in PBS, pH 7.
An in vitro study which confirmed antiplatelet activity used a dosage of ginkgolides 100 times the normal human serum level and does not account for human pharmacokinetic metabolism of the phytochemicals.
The reacting IgG antibody in normal human serum recognized the ramified regions (rhamnogalacturonan core with carbohydrate side-chains) of the pharmacologically active pectic polysaccharides as the active sites for complement-activating activity.
4] were dissolved in normal human serum ultrafiltrate, void of serum proteins, containing normal concentrations of serum electrolytes and free thyroid hormones.
As shown in Figures 1 and 4, factor B was converted to Bp fragments when normal human serum without chelating agents was incubated with both ABP-M and ABP-F.
We obtained normal human serum from 16 healthy male volunteers, ages 21 to 55 years.

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