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in vivo

[in ′vē·vō]
(biology)
Pertaining to a biological reaction taking place in a living cell or organism.
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Pellacani's course in New York was a day and a half of intensive introduction to diagnostic reading of in-vivo confocal images.
Werner Maas, President of Bruker BioSpin Corporation, commented: "We are excited about adding Carestream's in-vivo imaging systems to our preclinical imaging product portfolio.
To learn more about the In-Vivo Extreme, or any of Carestream Molecular Imaging's wide range of digital imaging solutions, please visit WMIC booth #324 or mi.
In-vivo, in-vitro, and in-silico models are increasingly becoming more sophisticated and a push for integration is creating demand for highly efficient centralized platforms to expedite predictive ADMET insight.
When coupled with its digital VivaNet(TM) system, the company's ability to image in-vivo (living) tissue will aid medical practitioners and pathologists in skin cancer screening with clarity, speed and patient comfort.
In the past 10 months, we have gone from a 4x functional model to the first successful in-vivo tests of a 1x model," said Endovalve CEO Dr.
Table 12: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for In-Vivo Toxicology Testing by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 Through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-66
Compounds are currently being evaluated in in-vivo models of Type 2 diabetes and obesity, both of which represent exciting drug development targets in metabolic disease and multi-billion dollar product opportunities.
Acquisition positions ShangPharma to become top global player in comprehensive in-vivo pharmacology services
Talk Will Cover the Use of Pharsight Software for In-Vitro / In-Vivo Correlation Modeling in Drug Development
Compugen's CGEN-54 is a truncated variant of MCP-1 that is encoded by a novel splice variant, and the results to be presented at the Conference demonstrate the molecule's ability to inhibit the MCP-1/CCR2 pathway both in-vitro and in-vivo.
July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- More than two dozen dermatologists and pathologists assembled in New York City for the first in a series of in-depth courses to train future diagnostic readers on the interpretation of in-vivo confocal images of pigmented lesions.