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vitrified

Same asVitreous.
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Experimental design: The collected MII oocytes (n=320) from adult female mice were randomly divided into vitrified and non-vitrified groups (n= 160 in each group) and in each group subjected to subsequent assessments.
He continues: "Our relationship with Meister Abrasives and Schmeier provides access to the complete range of vitrified and hybrid-bonded CBN and diamond grinding wheels for internal and external grinding applications.
We previously showed that vitrified mouse oocytes show heightened autophagy during warming, and suggested that it is a natural adaptive response to cold stress (Bang et al.
Vitrified bonds enable the manufacturer to control the strength, chip clearance and wheel loading by modifying the porosity and structure of the wheel.
This vitrified waste is deposited into canisters that measure about 10 feet long and two feet in diameter.
Informed consent was obtained from all patients whose oocytes were vitrified, and the number of oocytes to be vitrified was specified by the patients in the consent forms.
Mature (22h) and immature (0h) oocytes were vitrified by the straw method.
The oocytes were divided into vitrified and non-vitrified groups.
has set a record in terms of sales growth in the Indian ceramic/ vitrified tile & sanitaryare industry.
A ship carrying the 28 canisters of vitrified radioactive waste, which left a British port on Jan.
Among these segments high-end tiles have shown remarkable growth followed by vitrified tiles and yet, the share of upper-end ceramic tile is higher than high-end ceramic tiles and vitrified ceramic tiles.
Municipalities are rediscovering vitrified clay pipe and we're conducting an active outreach program to inform the engineering community about the solid reasons behind the shift.