6%, which can further be removed, if processing of Nagar Parkar kaolin is performed by elutriation
is sometimes used for T-cell depletion; after centrifugation, the small-cell fraction containing T cells is discarded.
The clams can be separated from the sand grains by elutriation
(separating the clams from the sand by repeated rinsings); it takes about 2 hours to elutriate each sample and one to two hours to count the clams in it using a dissecting microscope.
Donnenberg uses a method called counterflow centrifugal elutriation
(CCE) to remove lymphocytes from bone marrow.
Presolicitation: Avanti j-26s xpi system with elutriation
A 250 cm3 fresh soil subsample was used for nematode extraction using the Oostenbrink (1960) elutriation
procedure (ISO 23611-4).
Moulton & Penttila 2000), winnowing or elutriation
has previously been used to assess sand lance spawning because the process of agitating the sample loosens the adhesive eggs from sand grains (Thuringer, unpubl.
Free-living nematodes were extracted (according to the NF ISO 23611-4 standard) by elutriation
, followed by an active passage through a cotton filter.
This is mainly because the elutriation
of particles, which induce some particles to burn at the top of the furnace, is more obvious with decreasing particle size.
Various methods such as differential plating, velocity sedimentation, elutriation
, discontinuous gradient, Hoechst 33342 and rhodamine123 side population, magnetic-activated cells sorting (MACS) and fluorescence activated cells sorting (FACS) have been employed to isolate SSC in different species (van Pelt et al.
The influence of the particle size distribution in the bed on the elutriation
rate of fine particles was negligible.