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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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Quantitative Buffy Coat is a laboratory test to detect infection with malaria or other blood parasites 1.
The maternal buffy coat and fetal samples were genotyped using a microarray platform (HumanOmni2.
In vitro studies of apheresed and buffy coat derived platelet showed no increased expression of CD61 during storage.
The same qPCR protocols were used for buffy coat (1 [micro]L/reaction) and hemoculture fluids (7 [micro]L/reaction), with bovine serum albumin (40 [micro]g/reaction) added in the latter (11,13).
Bone marrow was collected aseptically from the iliac crest of adult rabbits and the separated buffy coat was plated in T-25 flask containing DMEM-LG media.
Of the 90 clinically suspected, 40 cases were diagnosed positive for canine ehrlichiosis based on blood smear, buffy coat examination and nPCR.
The stem cell rich cord blood being collected in a 20ml buffy coat bag, supplied picture
Gimesa/Leishmain's stain of thick, thin blood films and buffy coat concentration method are recommended for parasite detection2.
Up to this date there are 3 techniques applied in order to separate platelet concentrates (PCs) which consist in: buffy coat, apheresis, and tube (Arguelles et al.
Data consistency was assessed by comparing the problem list to positive tests in the parasitology module and listing of buffy coat smears in the clinical pathology module.
1,4) Typically, thick and thin smears are made using whole blood or buffy coat and are Giemsa or Wright stained in order to aid in observation of the parasite.