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Protein N-Arginine Methylation in Subcellular Fractions of Lymphoblastoid Cells

Cell characteristics and function of two enriched fraction of human luteal cells prolonged culture

Osmolarity Effects on Red Blood Cell Elution in Sedimentation Field-Flow Fractionation

Non-invasive imaging of oxygen extraction fraction in adults with sickle cell anaemia

Cell-by-cell scanning of whole mitochondrial genomes in aged human heart reveals a significant fraction of myocytes with clonally expanded deletions

Expanded Stem Cells, Stromal-Vascular Fraction, and Platelet-Rich Plasma Enriched Fat: Comparing Results of Different Facial Rejuvenation Approaches in a Clinical Trial

Improved Fat Graft Survival by Different Volume Fractions of Platelet-Rich Plasma and Adipose-Derived Stem Cells

Content of Soluble Factors and Characteristics of Stromal Vascular Fraction Cells in Lipoaspirates from Different Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Depots

Isotope fractionations in the biosynthesis of cell components by different fungi: a basis for environmental carbon flux studies

Separation of active and inactive fractions from starved culture of Vibrio parahaemolyticus by density dependent cell sorting

High-dose Thoracic Radiation Therapy at 3.0 Gy/Fraction in Inoperable Stage I/II Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

Lipopolysaccharide of Legionella pneumophila shed in a liquid culture as a nonvesicular fraction arrests phagosome maturation in amoeba and monocytic host cells

The fraction of cells that resume growth after acetic acid addition is a strain-dependent parameter of acetic acid tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

 

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The separation of the various components of cells after homogenization of a tissue and differential centrifugation. Four fractions are generally obtained: (1) the nuclear fraction, (2) the mitochondrial fraction, (3) the microsomal fraction, and (4) the soluble fraction or cytosol. See Chronology, 1946, Claude.

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