HIMACHeavy Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba (Japan)
HIMACHierarchical Management and Control in Manufacturing Systems
HIMACHouston International Martial Arts Championship (Houston, TX)
HIMACHigh Gradient Magnetic Affinity Chromatography
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PANEL: HIMAC Progress Review on Low Pressure and Squeeze Casting Processes (09-133)
Post-mitochondrial supernatant was centrifuged at 105000 g x 60 min by ultracentrifuge (HITACHI GX SERIES HIMAC CS 120 GXL, Japan) and resulting supernatant was designated as cytosolic fraction.
In 1992, the company acquired the Midwestern division of Ultravac in Wood Dale, Illinois, and in 1999 it acquired the business and assets of Himac Atlanta, Georgia.
STA will utilize the Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba (HIMAC), the world's largest accelerator of its kind, at the agency's National Institute of Radiological Science, the sources said.
Himac, for example, has introduced a general-use (including retort and microwave) glass-coated polyester film that's cost-competitive and available in commercial quantities nationwide.
IPTG was added at a final concentration of 1 M and the culture was grown for additional 3 hours and centrifuged (4000 xg, 20 min, 4[degrees]C) (Hitachi Himac CR21-GIII).
Hence, for the construction of the Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba (HIMAC), a careful theoretical study of a three-line circuit system was made based on lumped-parameter circuit theory.
Blood samples were then centrifuged using a low-temperature centrifuge (Himac CR22G2, Hitachi Koki Co., Ltd) at 3,000 rpm for 15 min at 4[degrees]C to harvest plasma.
Sponsored Research: Low Pressure Casting Process Simulation and Tooling Design for HIMAC's Magnesium Automotive Control Arm (08-148)
VLDL (d <1.006 kg/L), IDL (1.006 < d <1.019 kg/L), LDL (1.019 < d < 1.063 kg/L), and HDL (1.063 < d < 1.210 kg/L) were separated by sequential adjustment of the plasma density with NaBr followed by sequential ultracentrifugation at 400 000g and 16[degrees]C for 16 h in a Himac centrifuge with an RP80AT rotor (Hitachi Koki).
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