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filtrate

a liquid or gas that has been filtered

filtrate

[′fil‚trāt]
(science and technology)
The discharge liquor in filtration. Also known as mother liquor; strong liquor.
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We tested liquid cultures, filtrates from liquid cultures, and monospecific biofilms from each tested strain.
Culture filtrates of different species of Trichoderma are known to exhibit herbicidal activity against little seed canary grass (Phalaris minor Retz.
The filtrate was all collected and concentrated up to 10% of the original (v/v) in a vacuum rotary evaporator at 40-45 [degrees]C.
228] content in filtrate I and filtrate II was also performed in the Estonian Radiation Centre (liquid scintillation counting and y-spectrometry).
In the next step, 10ml of each of the filtrates was preserved in covered test tube as methanolic extract samples for further steps.
Serological testes used for the detection of CT crosss-reactive material in the culture filtrates were (i) ganglioside GM1 ELISA in which ELISA plate coated with GM1 ganglioside was reacted with culture supernatant and rabbit polyclonal CT antibody, (ii) direct ELISA in which ELISA plate was directly coated with bacterial sonicate and reacted with CT antibody, and (iii) immunoblot assay in which bacteria-free culture filtrate, crude outer membrane protein (OMP), or sarcosyl-purified OMP was separated by SDS-PAGE, transferred to nitrocellulose membrane and probed with rabbit anti-CT antibody.
xylostella showed that the culture filtrates were potent antifeedants by reducing the feeding rate and body weight of the larvae.