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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 mean number of copies per droplet for all molecules was 0.15 (0.03-0.57) for plasma DNA samples and 0.39 (0.05-0.69) for buffy coat DNA samples.
The blood samples of the cases and controls were evaluated for malaria parasite by light microscopy with Giemsa stained thick and thin smears and Quantitative Buffy Coat fluorescent microscopy technique.
In this context, quantitative buffy coat analysis that can effectively detect each pathogen in blood might be of particular interest (4).
The maternal buffy coat and fetal samples were genotyped using a microarray platform (HumanOmni2.5, Illumina).
quantitative buffy coat (Qbc) test and other diagnostic techniques for diagnosig malaria: review of literature.
Levine tells us about his early interest in developing Quantitative Buffy Coat Analysis technology and finding new uses for it, his professional collaboration with his colleague Dr.
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.
Soon after we invented the quantitative buffy coat system.
All reported cases have been diagnosed by identification of spirochetes in blood smears or by quantitative buffy coat analysis.
At three separate institutions, an hCG-negative plasma sample with undetectable hCG on the Unicel DxI was identified, transferred to an aliquot tube, spiked with a leukocyte-enriched buffy coat (125 [micro]L added to 700 [micro]L plasma), and returned to the original PST.
However, quantitative buffy coat analysis (QBC; Becton Dickinson, Le Pont de Claix, France) showed numerous spirochetes, which prompted a rereview and careful analysis of the slides, during which spirochetes were infrequently seen.