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vitrified

Same asVitreous.
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These were collected and vitrified, then stored in liquid nitrogen at -196AC for future use.
The effect of leukemia inhibitory factor and coculture on the in vitro maturation and ultrastructure of vitrified and nonvitrified isolated mouse preantral follicles.
The percentages of viable cells from vitrified (VD and VE, resp.) and control (VC) groups were assessed using a trypan blue dye exclusion assay at 1 : 1 dilution (0.4% trypan blue in PBS).
Master Abrasives offers a comprehensive range of vitrified precision internal grinding wheels.
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., 2014).
The bonds used in grinding wheel are vitrified bond, resinoid bond, epoxy bond and rubber bond.
Since vitrification and disposal in a federal repository of highly radioactive waste are expensive, there is an advantage to first reducing the amount of the highly radioactive waste to be vitrified, with the goal of having to process less volume.
To improve the efficacy of vitrification in buffalo oocytes two experiments were conducted in this study the first one was to evaluate the effect of existence of cumulus cells on the viability and maturation of vitrified oocytes.
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.