transfer cell


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transfer cell

a form of PARENCHYMA cell in which the surface area of the plasma membrane is increased by the formation of ingrowths. Such cells are probably associated with the transport of solutes.
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The homogenate of proteins was then collected into sterile Eppendorf tubes, heated at 95[degrees]C for 5 min, sonicated, and loaded onto 8% acrylamide gel for 45 min at 150 volts followed by protein transfer to a nitrocellulose membrane using a semi-dry transfer cell (Trans-blot SD, Bio-Rad Laboratories, USA) for 30 min at 25 volts.
The system uses sterile disposable serological pipettes to transfer cell suspensions to the Vi-CELL XR, thus maintaining aseptic processing conditions throughout.
"The payback of the automated product transfer cell was attractive for the labour savings alone, but the increased production capacity made the return on investment far greater than anticipated."
The company will transfer Cell Sciences' core technologies from Hemel, Hempstead, UK to the Microscopy Group's Jena, Germany headquarters and integrate them into the Carl Zeiss Advanced Imaging Microscopy product lines.
The VacuMaster Pump consists of a 1 HP TEFC motor, 20 CFM oil protected vane air pump, stainless steel transfer cell, timer control panel, and a 24v safety control.
ISI's interpress transfer cell meets the unique press-to-press stamping automation requirements of appliance makers that use relatively small presses in the 250-500 ton range.
The system uses sterile, disposable tips to transfer cell suspensions to the counter and includes the ability to dilute cells prior to measurement, minimizing culture volumes used and allowing counts of dense cell suspensions.
Transfer cell formation in root epidermis: A prerequisite for Fe-efficiency?
Several representative times were chosen to analyze the rule of heat transfer in heat sink by way of dividing heat transfer cells in previous section.