perfusate


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perfusate

 [per-fu´zāt]
a liquid that has been subjected to perfusion.

per·fus·ate

(per'fyūz'āt),
The fluid used for perfusion; sometimes more broadly applied to fluid that has been forced through any more or less porous membrane or material.
[see perfuse]

perfusate

/per·fu·sate/ (per-fu´zāt) a liquid that has been subjected to perfusion.

perfusate

a liquid that has been subjected to perfusion.
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Interestingly, when propofol is added directly to isolated de-energised mitochondria at a concentration of 2 mg/l, as opposed to delivery via perfusate through the coronary arteries in isolated hearts, no effect upon mPTP opening is seen (23).
A 20-gauge needle was placed in the non-occluded LAD just distal to the ligature and perfused with heparinized whole blood at the very slow rate of 1 ml/min so as to limit the quantity of the perfusate released into the general circulation.
In addition, procurement of the left kidney and delivery to TCA was coordinated by a second OPO (OPO B), which collected perfusate solution in which the left kidney was immersed.
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Cardiotoxicity of lead at various perfusate calcium concentrations: functional and metabolic responses of the perfused rat heart.