intravital


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intravital

[‚in·trə′vīd·əl]
(biology)
Occurring while the cell or organism is alive.
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Intravital microscopy was used to examine Ieukocyte-endothelial cell interactions in the cremasteric microcirculation.
A series of frozen images gave the misleading impression that the T-cells were engaging with the infected cells, but intravital microscopy clearly showed that the immune cells appeared to overrun the infected cells", Dustin added.
Spinotrapezius muscle arterioles were studied by intravital microscopy.
Steps in tumor metastasis: new concepts from intravital videomicroscopy.
Kim, who did the intravital two-photon microscopic imaging in the study, as saying.
Influence of selenium therapy on liver microcirculation after warm ischemia/reperfusion: an intravital microscopy study.
Intratracheal (IT) instillation and bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) were used in conjunction with intravital microscopy to study the effects of residual oil fly ash (ROFA) exposure on microvascular function in the rat spinotrapezius muscle.
By contrast, our test is based on what Einstein researchers learned from intravital imaging, which reveals biological processes deep within the tissues of a living animal.
By using intravital imaging, the researchers developed a "photoswitch" to mark cancer cells of their choosing within a tumour and study how these tumour cells in mice move in their surrounding tissue.
In addition, intravital microscopy using a murine pseudo-orthotopic breast cancer model showed that NPI-2358 induces a rapid decrease in tumor blood flow resulting in tumor vascular collapse and central necrosis in established tumors.
Approach: We have developed unique intravital imaging tools and genetically engineered fluorescent mice to visualize and characterize if and how dying tumor cells can affect surrounding surviving tumor and stromal cells.