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coat

the hair, wool, or fur of an animal

coat

A single layer of plaster, paint, or any type of material applied to a surface.
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The kit has been validated with fresh blood (including blood stored in PAXgene Tubes and in the RNAgard Blood System), and can isolate nucleic acids from buffy coats and plasma as well as frozen blood.
Patient buffy coat, plasma, and tissue samples saved frozen at -20 to -80 [degrees]C from routine clinical HHV-6 and ciHHV-6 real-time PCR testing were evaluated for ciHHV-6 by digital PCR.
Using this model and our qPCR Rick17b (8), we were able to obtain positive results not only from the buffy coat sample from the Tidewater patient but also a positive reaction from a swab specimen from the eschar of the same patient.
At one end of the kit is the 20ml buffy coat bag to collect the stem cell rich cord blood.
The buffy coats from four blood donations are mixed with one unit of plasma from a male donor before undergoing a gentle spin to separate any red blood cells, leaving the platelets behind.
Secondly, centrifuged buffy coat smears were prepared by using 2 ml blood collected in a wide bore 4 ml tube with EDTA which was centrifuged (2000-3000 rpm for 15 min).
Quantitative buffy coat (QBC; Becton Dickinson, USA) is a method for identifying the malarial parasite in the peripheral blood.
4) Concentration methods increase the chances for detection (quantitative buffy coat, Becton-Dickenson, NJ).
At birth, she advised, "you want to do a thorough evaluation of the infant, a gross microscopic examination of the placenta, and [an examination of] the cord blood buffy coat for tumor cells.
The buffy coat is passed through the company's UltraConcentrator(tm) Permeability Hemodialyzer which removes the water and concentrates the platelets and fibrin.
Smart-tip" approach for rapidly generating high quality human gDNA now supports extraction from tissue, buffy coat, cells and saliva