ultrafiltrate
noun see ultrafiltration

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • ultrafiltrate — /ul treuh fil trayt/, n. Physical Chem. a liquid that has been passed through an ultrafilter. [ULTRAFILT(E)R + ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • ultrafiltrate — noun The filtrate produced by ultrafiltration …   Wiktionary

  • ultrafiltrate — ul·tra·fil·trate fil .trāt n material that has passed through an ultrafilter in the process of ultrafiltration * * * ul·tra·fil·trate (ul″trə filґtrāt) the liquid that has passed through an ultrafilter …   Medical dictionary

  • ultrafiltrate — ul·tra·filtrate …   English syllables

  • ultrafiltrate — “+ noun Etymology: ultrafilter (II) + ate : the liquid that has passed through an ultrafilter …   Useful english dictionary

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  • ultrafiltration — noun Date: 1908 filtration through a medium (as a semipermeable capillary wall) which allows small molecules (as of water) to pass but holds back larger ones (as of protein) • ultrafiltrate noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Podocyte — Infobox Anatomy Name = Podocyte Latin = GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Glomerulus. (Diagram in French, but Membrane basale glomerulaire et ses podocytes labeled near center.) Caption2 = Precursor = System = Artery = Vein = Nerve = Lymph =… …   Wikipedia

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