RNA Extraction, Isopycnic
Centrifugation, Gradient Fractionation, and Quantification.
Currently, there are three common protocols for retrieving isopycnic
The adopted fractionation procedure, which included an isopycnic
gradient ultracentrifugation followed by an additional washing step, allowed high purification yields of all lipoprotein fractions.
Estimation of plasma serotonin using isopycnic
There he began developing the isopycnic
hypothesis (pronounced like picnic), which attempted to explain cratons' puzzling qualities.
The RLOs were isolated and purified from the gills of 20 infected moribund oysters by successive differential and isopycnic
centrifugations (Wu et al.
Lee M-M, Williams RG (2000) The role of eddies inthe isopycnic
transfer of nutrients and their impact on biological production.
The upward-orienting posture was found under centrifugal forces in [Ni.sup.2+]-immobilized cells in the isodensity medium (Taneda et al., 1987) and also in the cells swimming at isopycnic
level in the density gradient with Ficoll or Percoll (Kuroda and Kamiya, 1989).
Isolation of Cryptosporidium oocysts and sporozoites using discontinuous sucrose and isopycnic
isolation of african trypanosomes on Percoll gradients formed in situ.
After getting rid of the methanol by water bathing, the residual extracting solution (30 mL) was added to isopycnic
HCl solution (12mol/L).
Precise and reproducible fractionation of the major HDL particle subpopulations (HDL2b, -2a, -3a, -3b, and -3c) in human plasma is based on an isopycnic
equilibrium method developed by Chapman and colleagues (33-36) (Fig.