microinjection

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microinjection

[¦mī·krō·in′jek·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
Injection of cells with solutions by using a micropipet.
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17) In addition, a microinjection of acetylcholine caused a depressor effect with no significant effects on heart rate.
Microinjections of dopaminergic agents in the nucleus accumbens affect ethanol consumption but not palatability.
Studies conducted in our laboratory showed that microinjection of histamine into the cerebellar vermis impairs emotional memory consolidation in mice (9).
Microinjections were made in conscious rats while they were gently handled by the experimenter.
Carbachol microinjections in the mediodorsal pontine tegmentum are unable to induce paradoxical sleep after caudal pontine and prebulbar transections in the cat.
The cells are then injected into the patient's spinal cord at the lesion area through 20-40 microinjections.
Dishakjian personally evaluates each patient, and if indicated, performs the procedure by delivering multiple, nearly painless microinjections of the fat-dissolving medication directly into the fat layer under the skin.
A hole in skull surface was drilled for lateral ventricle injections, or the dorsal surface of the medulla was surgically exposed for RVLM microinjections.
Three weeks before she sought treatment, the patient reported receiving multiple intradermal microinjections in her face and neck for cosmetic purposes (mesotherapy) with an unlicensed product consisting of a solution of glycosaminoglycans.
The MesoLift(TM) process takes two to three sessions of virtually painless microinjections of the most innovative aesthetic mesotherapy formulas designed specifically for facial rejuvenation.