micromanipulation


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micromanipulation

[¦mī·krō·mə‚nip·yə′lā·shən]
(biology)
The techniques and practice of microdissection, microvivisection, microisolation, and microinjection.
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Optoelectronic tweezers are cost-effective and allow parallel micromanipulation of particles," said Zhang, who is now at the University of Toronto in Canada.
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics of the United Kingdom (UK) [22] has reviewed the novel micromanipulation techniques, which can be utilised for the prevention of mtDNA disorders.
Piglets born from handmade cloning an innovative cloning method without micromanipulation.
Cheong, "Optical vortex beam shaping by use of highly efficient irregular spiral phase plates for optical micromanipulation," Opt.
Impairment of the hatching process following IVF in the human and improvement of implantation by assisting hatching using micromanipulation.
The cover of a tissue culture dish was used as a micromanipulation chamber.
An inverted layout allows researchers to use a multitude of optical analysis equipment, including filter wheels, and makes micromanipulation applications easier.
It requires the use of three integrated technologies: conventional (IVF), micromanipulation of single cells, and genetic analysis of the single cell.
The XYRCOS offers additional benefits for cutting-edge embryo micromanipulation applications such as the creation of transgenic animals, gene targeting, and stem cell research including blastocyst injection, 8-eell injection, and laser-assisted animal model IVF.
These include: definitions of eligibility for treatment, number of embryos transferred, cryopreservation, the availability of posthumous insemination, sperm and egg donation, the micromanipulation of sperm (ICSI) and embryos (assisted hatching and cytoplasmic transfer), requirements regarding anonymity of donors, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, and IVF surrogacy (particularly restrictions on commercial surrogacy).
determined by a micromanipulation technique, facilitating
Although GM foods pertain primarily to transgenic modification through micromanipulation of genetic material in laboratories, traditional cross-breeding techniques also falls under this category.