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(al-ee-kwoh) adj. a definite fractional share, usually applied when dividing and distributing a dead person's estate or trust assets. (See: share)

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The clinical samples were not handled uniformly before aliquoting and freezing, with variable time spent at room temperature, refrigerated, or frozen, with possible metabolic changes or loss of labile components (e.
This announcement comes on the heels of recent news that BioStorage Technologies expanded its service offerings to include laboratory sample preparation services, such as sample aliquoting and nucleic acid extraction and verification.
Front-end sample processor OLA2500 saves time and labor, and reduces errors during pre- and post-analytical sample processing by decapping, aliquoting, and sorting multiple sample tubes to any analyzer rack.
These temperatures were maintained during subsequent separation and aliquoting of plasma as above and when kept for 4, 24, 48, and 72 h before final storage at -80[degrees]C.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- BioStorage Technologies, a global leader in sample management, cold chain logistics and biomaterial storage for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, has expanded its sample management offerings to include laboratory sample preparation services, including sample aliquoting and nucleic acid extraction and verification.
This means more centrifugation, more decapping, more aliquoting and labeling, more sorting, and more waste.
While the original blood sample remained on the agitator, the aliquoting, centrifugation, and freezing procedures were repeated at the following sequential time points: 15 and 30 min and 1, 2, 4, 6, and 20-24 h.
separation of chemistry from hematology); (c) centrifugation; (d) aliquoting into barcode-labeled tubes; (e) direct sampling by analyzers that are interfaced to the automation system; and 0 specimen archive or storage.
Apart from providing a complete tracking process, from sample to results, the system offers a wide range of additional functions, including aliquoting, reagent addition, dilution, plate washing, and incubation.
For convenience, three of the panels (HRC1, HRC2, and HGDBC1) are available as a 96-well format for use in PCR without the need for aliquoting or dilution at a concentration of 8 nanograms/microliters.
The preanalytical specimen processing area of the clinical laboratory operation is typically prone to multiple errors in specimen handling and aliquoting, and overall represents a tedious and manual section of the clinical laboratory operation.
In order to do this, we created a common station for specimen preparation and aliquoting, and improved the skill mix in our receiving team by adding a small group of technician-level employees.