Tyrode's Solution

Tyrode’s Solution


a balanced aqueous solution of salts and glucose whose osmotic pressure and ion concentration are similar to those of blood plasma. The solution, which belongs to the category of physiological solutions, was first developed by the American pharmacologist M. Tyrode in 1910.

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The duodenum was excised and placed in Tyrode's solution contained in organ bath of 50 ml capacity and bubbled with 100% O217 and maintained at a temperature of 37 +- 2oC18.
The zona pellucida of unhatched blastocysts was removed with acidified Tyrode's solution before mRNA extraction.
The ileum was cut into 2 inches pieces6 and transferred to an organ bath of 50ml capacity containing tyrode's solution (in mM: NaCl, 136.
To check whether an active acid-extruding mechanism exists in the HUASMCs, we firstly performed the experiments in HEPES-buffered Tyrode's solution, that is, nominally free of CO[sub]2 /HCO[sub]3 [sup]− .
The supernatant was removed and the sperm pellet resuspended in fresh Tyrode's solution devoid of Ca[Cl.
2+] currents, the bath Tyrode's solution was contained in mM: 136Tris-HCl, 5.
Mesenteries were removed from jejunum and immersed in Tyrode's solution after separation.
Moreover, in the majority of studies which have compared the effect of acidified Tyrode's solution and laser zona drillings on subsequent embryonic development, there has been no significant difference between the two methods (13 - 15).