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Free Cell

A slang term for the empty cubicle formerly used by an employee who has been fired.
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[33], who supplemented the biota of fermented peach dessert with immobilized and free cells of L.
A comparative study was done in between the immobilized consortium and free cells bacterial consortium by inoculating them into dairy effluent.
The MagCloudz kit enables straightforward and scalable cell separation with unique magnetic particle dissociation, resulting in complete label free cells for applications including T Cell purification, stem cell isolation, and circulating tumor cell (CTC) separation.
Finally these strains were immobilized in sodium alginate (synthetic beads) and their ability to detoxify Hg containing industrial effluents was determined as compared to free cells.
In the course of the experiment, it was shown that in the variants with three and ten cultures, the variant with immobilized microorganisms on the BWH and BH granules had better biologically degrading activity with regard to oil oxidizing, than the free cells did (Table 1).
James Adkin, defending, said the lack of drug free cells at Acklington Prison, in Northumberland, meant Duden had been unable to get off narcotics while serving his last prison sentence.
Equipment selection depends upon the cells being cultured, whether they are (1) free cells or (2) anchored/adherent cells and (3) the quantity to be produced.
While there are another 2,000 places in the system, finding suitable space will become increasingly difficult because free cells may be not be in suitable types of jail, or in the right part of the country.
Though there are another 2,000 places, finding suitable space becomes increasingly difficult as free cells may be not be in suitable types of jail, or the right area.
Cell growth rate of immobilized cells was about 39% of the growth rate of free cells. [beta] lactam antibiotic production rate of immobilized cells was also limited by mass transfer of oxygen and it was found to be 65% of free cells at oxygen saturation condition.
It's the only way for non-violent offenders to free cells for the most dangerous.