Definition of Perfusates
1. perfusate [n] - See also: perfusate
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Literary usage of Perfusates
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1. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"... stimulation in the polycy- ce was ruled out by incubating the erol perfusates with either anti-Ep i or normal rabbit serum. ..."
2. An Introduction to Biophysics by David Burns (1921)
"Test the perfusates for fatty acids. Why does pure water dissolve out more of the acid than do the salt solutions ? 36. Mimicry of Cell Structure (Herrera ..."
3. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"(la—388) (la—388) Vascular Reaction to Epinephrin in perfusates of Various CH. II. The Portal-Venous System of the Liver. CD Snyder and LE Martin, ..."
4. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1917)
"perfusates of the liver contain a certain small amount of prothrombin, while those of the spleen contain bone. The perfusion method used was one devised by ..."
5. "The Cripple Creek Strike of 1893" by Benjamin McKie Rastall (1905)
"1920, on Vascular Reactions to Epinephrin in perfusates of various H-ion Concentration. Member Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity, Alpha Omega Alpha honorary ..."
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