ultracentrifugation


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ultracentrifugation

 [ul″trah-sen-trif″u-ga´shun]
subjection of material to an exceedingly high centrifugal force, which will separate and sediment the molecules of a substance.

ul·tra·cen·tri·fu·ga·tion

(ŭl'tră-sen'tri-fyū-gā'shŭn),
The process of subjection to an ultracentrifuge.
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As shown in Table 1, the ultracentrifugation time dependence of the bundle thickness is extremely less.
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The sonicated material was centrifuged at 5000 x g to remove the cell debris followed by ultracentrifugation of supernatant at 1, 00,000 x g for 1 hr at 4[degrees]C (Beckman Coulter).
Pellets formed during ultracentrifugation (bluish gray hemocyanin (HC) pellet) were saved; the supernatant was discarded.
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Comparison of two homogeneous assays with a precipitation method and an ultracentrifugation method for the measurement of HDL-cholesterol.
These extracellular vesicles can be isolated by ultracentrifugation (21), and it is not known if overlapping can occur between these two different populations of extracellular vesicles.