perifuse

perifuse
To flush a fresh supply of bathing fluid around all of the outside surfaces of a small piece of tissue immersed in it. Cf.:perfuse, superfuse. [peri- + L. fusio, a pouring]

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peri·fuse (per″ĭ-fūzґ) [peri- + L. fundere to pour] to pass a bathing fluid around all surfaces of organelles, cells, cell clusters, or tissue held in suspension.

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  • superfuse — To flush a fluid over the top of a tissue. Cf.:perfuse, perifuse. * * * su·per·fuse .sü pər fyüz vt, fused; fus·ing to maintain the metabolic or physiological activity of (as an isolated organ) by submitting to a continuous flow of a sustaining… …   Medical dictionary

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