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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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Data Demonstrate In Vivo Activity with Systemic RNAi Therapeutics Targeting PCSK9 for Hypercholesterolemia
Other metabolites formed in vivo and found in human urine are the fully dealkylated metabolite of the triazines (atrazine-desethyl-desisopropyl) and several 2-hydroxylated metabolites.
The biological activity of these two CGEN-34 variant forms has been demonstrated both in vitro and in vivo.
These in vivo results suggest that siRNAs can be used to silence NaV1.
The mitochondrial changes observed were similar to those previously described in vivo, but the inhibition of corticosterone synthesis was more pronounced in the cultured slices.
Rudin added, "Real-time imaging of biologic and molecular processes in vivo is playing an increasingly central role in basic research and drug development today.
Future work will determine if these differences are due to differences between in vivo and in vitro experimental systems, or tissue or dose specificity.
Bringing these new technologies along with the Olympus IV100 and OV100 to our customers will enable powerful imaging solutions that will fundamentally expand the real-time understanding of in vivo biology.
In vivo activation was achieved by injecting immature DCs into dermal sites conditioned by the topical application of low, intermediate or high doses of the immunomodulator Imiquimod cream, applied 1-5 days before each injection.
With this new functionality, which builds on the Company's recent launch of molecular imaging capabilities for cardiovascular researchers, VisualSonics offers the only platform for in vivo imaging that provides anatomical, functional and molecular data in vivo and in real-time for cancer researchers.
CellSPARK(TM)680 is a nanoparticle label used to track the location and movement of cells (including immune cells and stem cells) in vivo, a key tool for today's research in cell trafficking in vivo with subsequent FACs analysis (Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting).
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