Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
This is the required cross-match prior to release of a unit of packed cells.
The blood bank also provides blood components such as packed cells, platelets and fresh frozen plasma.
Children in prison are frequently mixed with adult prisoners and sexually abused in the over packed cells.
We do not rule out, however, that cell fusion may accelerate virus spread through closely packed cells such as in an infected tissue.
Areas of loosely packed cells in the periderm that function in gas exchange are called lenticels.
When observed by optical microscopy the material resembled an artificial "tissue" composed of highly packed cells.
I have spun it in centrifuges into bicolored columns of packed cells and straw-colored serum.
A stiffening rod of tightly packed cells, the notochord, extends the whole length of the body.
They are quite easily recognizable from the thyroid as they have densely packed cells, in contrast with the follicle structure of the thyroid.
It is assumed that the small amount of donor serum and antibodies left in a unit of packed cells will be diluted in a recipient.
The walls of the small blood vessels, or capillaries, throughout the brain consist of closely packed cells that permit some substances to pass while excluding others.
While the primary yolk sac is forming, extraembryonic mesoderm makes its way into the blastocyst cavity to fill it with loosely packed cells.
They were indoctrinated in politics and history by older inmates and learned the rudiments of representative politics through the strict internal democracy of the packed cells.
"She has had a total of five units transfused in the last twenty-four hours, two of whole blood, one of packed cells, and two of fresh frozen plasma."
The morphology of type II focus was comprised of tightly packed cells, which were extensively piled upon one another and had comparatively smooth edges (Fig 1A).
Major Cross-match: Recipient serum is tested against donor packed cells to determine if the recipient has preformed antibodies against any antigens on the donor's cells.
The cap cuticle is a densely interwoven trichodermial palisade (an erect, roughly parallel chains of closely packed cells) of cylindrical elements with inflated terminal cells.
In lines A and B, we noticed after 6-8 days of T-RA treatment the appearance of a novel cell type characterised by elongated tightly packed cells (Fig.
This is most easily done by centrifugation, which packs the denser blood cells and platelets to the bottom of the centrifuge tube, leaving the liquid serum fraction resting above the packed cells.
Prolonged immersion in bath water, the ocean or a pool can wash away sebum, leaving the closely packed cells of the outermost layer of the epidermis, the stratum corneum, exposed to the water.
It is typically associated with plasma components such as platelets and Fresh Frozen Plasma, though cases have been reported with packed red blood cells since there is some residual plasma in the packed cells.
The inner nuclear layer or layer of inner granules is made up of a number of closely packed cells, of which there are three varieties, viz.: bipolar cells, horizontal cells, and amacrine cells.
The peridium is 9-13 μm thick, made of 4-5 layers of ellipsoidal cells, occluded by melanin, especially around the ostiole, to form a textura angularis-a parenchyma-like tissue of densely packed cells that appear angular in cross section.
The inner pseudoparenchymatous layer (so named for the resemblance to the tightly packed cells of plant parenchyma) is fleshy and thick when fresh, and initially pale beige but darkening to yellow or brown as it matures, often cracking and peeling off in the process.
The peridium is 8-16 μm thick, and made of 3-5 layers of brown, thin-walled cells with large lumina that eventually merge with hyaline (translucent) cells to form a textura angularis-a pseudoparenchyma of very densely packed cells that appear angular in cross section.