(n.) One who, or that which, blends; an instrument, as a brush, used in blending.
(1) The numbers of spoilage micro-organisms increased throughout storage at 8 degrees C. Carrots macerated in a Stomacher Lab Blender also showed an antilisterial activity which resulted in a decrease in number of viable bacteria and in sublethal damage.
(2) Honey bee mitochondrial trehalase was significantly activated by Lubrol WX treatment (30.0-fold), by high pH treatment (20.8-fold), and by a treatment consisting of 10 passes through a French press (37.9-fold) but not by the other treatments tried (salt, proteases, Waring blender, and sonication), despite the fact that these treatments also disrupted the mitochondria significantly.
(3) PriyaKannath via GuardianWitness Makes 2-3 glasses ½ medium beetroot 1 medium carrot 1 celery stalk 1 apple 125g cooked brown rice 1 Peel and roughly chop the beetroot, carrot, celery and apple, and put in a smoothie maker or blender along with the rice and about 300ml water.
(4) Such an arrangement produces wide FIO2 ranges and high flows and obviates the need for an oxygen blender and compressed air source.
(5) The method entails blender extraction of 10 g liver with ethyl acetate, column chromatography through Sephadex LH-20 and neutral alumina, and LC analysis on a C18 column with UV detection at 260 nm.
(6) Scoop half of the chillies into a blender jar, pour in half of the soaking liquid (or water) and blend to a smooth purée.
(7) A differential control algorithm is used to determine the required FiO2 blender setting.
(8) Aminoguanidine hydrochloride, a blender for chicken feed, and the precursor and intermediate products of 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole, a herbicide, were found to be allergens for this contact dermatitis.
(9) Of three methods studied, brisk shaking of samples in dilution blanks by hand and homogenization by a stomacher were compared relative to their capacity to recover the endotoxins and viable bacteria; blending with a Waring blender was compared with these two methods only on the recovery of viable cells.
(10) The owner hauled out said blender and then, from the back of the cupboard, a beaten up old colander with a stray piece of noodle still stuck to the rim.
(11) Even after extensive homogenization in high speed shearing-type blenders and tight-fitting glass homogenizers the majority of the placental aromatase (more than 70%) consistently sedimented at very low centrifugal forces (100 x g ro 10 min) independent of whether the suspending medium contained up to 1.2M sucrose, or IM NaCl, or 50% glycerol.
(12) Kim is unphased and chucks some more pig in the blender.
(13) In method III, the SM was processed in the laboratory blender.
(14) The method includes blender extraction of 3-g samples with chloroform, partition with 3 M hydrochloric acid, derivatization with fluorescamine at pH 3.0 and subsequent high-performance liquid chromatographic analysis on a C18 column with fluorescence detection at an excitation wavelength of 405 nm and an emission wavelength of 495 nm.
(15) This could be explained by postulating that at the initiation of flow from the blender a small pocket of unblended gas (pure air or pure oxygen) was issued by the blender before the balancing mechanism stabilised to deliver the desired oxygen concentration.
(16) In three mongrel dogs with fundic pouches, the effect of a chopped versus a blenderized test meal on gastric acid output and gastrin secretion was investigated.
(17) When heated through and the beans are softened, pulse in a blender until smooth.
(18) Fresh pokeberries were picked from the cluster and liquified in a blender for 3 to 5 minutes.
(19) Lysosome-rich fractions from rat liver were subjected to several disruptive procedures: osmotic lysis or freezing and thawing in different media, shearing forces in a high-speed blender, treatment with Triton X-100.
(20) Menstrual blood loss was measured by alkaline hematin photometry and a Stomacher Lab-blender was used for extraction.
(1) All of the strains examined were motile and hemolytic and produced lipase and liquid gelatin.
(2) Previous attempts to purify this enzyme from the liquid endosperm of kernels of Zea mays (sweet corn) were not entirely successful owing to the lability of partially purified preparations during column chromatography.
(3) We have investigated a physiological role of endogenous insulin on exocrine pancreatic secretion stimulated by a liquid meal as well as exogenous secretin and cholecystokinin octapeptide (CCK-8) in conscious rats.
(4) Glycosyl ceramide concentration was determined by gas-liquid chromatography of the trimethylsilyl ethers of the methyl glycosides.
(5) A sensitive, selective and easy to use high-performance liquid chromatographic method for the determination of cicletanide, a new diuretic, in plasma, red blood cells, urine and saliva is described.
(6) A conventional liquid chromatograph with a low capacity column and a conductimetric detector is used to analyze aerosols of Cl-, Br-, NO-3 and SO=4 with good results.
(7) To further characterize the molecular forms of GnRH in each species, the extracts were injected into a high pressure liquid chromatograph (HPLC).
(8) Proliferation of quiescent hematopoietic stem cells, purified by cell sorting and evaluated by spleen colony assay (CFU-S), was investigated by measuring the total cell number and CFU-S content and the DNA histogram at 20 and 48 hours of liquid culture.
(9) High pressure liquid chromatography combined with radioimmunoassay showed marked heterogeneity of SPLI and SLI.
(10) After precipitation of plasma proteins by addition of methanol the samples are injected directly into the liquid chromatographic system.
(11) (2) The treated animals ingested less liquid and solid food than controls.
(12) A rapid method is described for the purification and analysis of synthetic oligonucleotides, based on reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
(13) Suspensions of isolated insect flight muscle thick filaments were embedded in layers of vitreous ice and visualized in the electron microscope under liquid nitrogen conditions.
(14) These analyses were carried out on unfractionated culture fluids and on fractions obtained by fast protein liquid chromatography separation using Superose 6 gels.
(15) The penetration coefficient, determined by the surface tension, contact angle and viscosity, is a measure of the ability of a liquid to penetrate into a capillary space, such as interproximal regions, gingival pockets and pores.
(16) Between-lot variation exceeded that of within-lot variation in 10 of the 14 liquid antacids for which this variation could be tested.
(17) The principle of the liquid and solid two-phase radioimmunoassay and its application to measuring the concentrations of triiodothyronine and thyroxine of human serum in a single sample at the same time are described in this paper.
(18) The rats were then sacrificed at either one or four hours after the injections and their brains analyzed for monoamine and metabolite content using High Performance Liquid Chromatography with Electrochemical Detection.
(19) It was like watching somebody pouring a blue liquid into a glass, it just began filling up.
(20) [8(-14)C]Inosine monophosphate formed was separated by high-voltage electrophoresis and radioactivity was measured by liquid-scintillation counting.