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lyse

[līz]
(cell and molecular biology)
To undergo lysis.
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Cells were harvested, resuspended in standard extracellular buffer (~106 cells/mL), lysed with 20 strokes of a dounce, and placed into a stirred cuvette.
After the incubation with asbestos fibers, cells were washed with PBS and lysed in RIPA buffer (PBS, 1% Nonidet P-40, 0.
This award was given in recognition for successful introduction of PathHunter(TM) cell based assay platform and company's overall work on intact and/or lysed cell based assays.
All strains were untypeable, except for the O6 and O34 serotypes, which were lysed by the phages specific for O6 (DR1) and O34 (DR2).
Through the use of Boston Biomedica's patent pending, single-use PULSE Tubes, biological samples can be lysed and the nucleic acids and proteins subsequently released.
The viscosity of mucus, for example, is commonly attributed to excessive DNA resulting from a build up of lysed white blood cells from the body's failed attempt to eliminate foreign material.
Antimicrobial susceptibility was tested by the microdilution method and haemophilus test medium with lysed horse blood (7) with a commercially prepared dehydrated panel (Sensititre, Trek Diagnostic System, East Grinstead, UK) as previously described (8).
The results were expressed as the percentage of ATP released relative to the total ATP present in cells lysed by means of digitonin (50 [micro]M) (16).