Definition of trituration in English:

trituration

Pronunciation /ˌtriCHəˈrāSH(ə)n/ /ˌtrɪtʃəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

technical

See triturate

‘A blender also can be used to prepare both triturations and successions.’
  • ‘The enzymatic dissociation was completed in a trypsin solution, after which individual cells were isolated from the digested tissue by trituration.’
  • ‘According to contemporary investigation, the processes of succussion or trituration disturb the atomic state of a drug substance by jolting electron (negative charge) out of its orbit.’
  • ‘After resuspension in 1 mM chloride extracellular medium, cells were isolated by gentle trituration.’
  • ‘Relaxed single smooth muscle cells were obtained by gentle trituration of the digested tissue with a plastic pipette.’