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in vitro

(of biological processes or reactions) made to occur outside the living organism in an artificial environment, such as a culture medium

in vitro

[in ′vē·trō]
(biology)
Pertaining to a biological reaction taking place in an artificial apparatus.
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A careful selection of in vitro doses for nanoparticle toxicity testing is very important.
Em estudos histologicos de orgaos vegetativos de plantas propagadas in vitro foi verificado que eles apresentavam estruturas pouco diferenciadas se comparados com plantas cultivadas em casa-de-vegetacao ou ambiente natural (FIDELIS et al.
When testing Enterococcus faecalis isolates harboring any of the clinically observed resistance, including resistance to beta-lactams, glycoproteins or aminoglycosides, ceftobiprole showed excellent in vitro bactericidal activity.
We determined the amount of VEEV in mosquito saliva collected in vitro (12) but did not determine whether this amount accurately reflects transmission during blood feeding.
In vitro fertilized babies are subject to an increased incidence of low birth weight and premature birth that are associated with an increased rate of brain damage.
Couples can get more than they bargain for with in vitro fertilization.
The success rate per uterine transfer (one perfect offspring from 13 sheep, with no miscarriages) was better than the early success rates for in vitro fertilization.
By perturbing the compaction process itself, in vitro culture could increase the diameter of the whole zona and the inner zona.
Eldon Schriock, director of in vitro fertilization at the University of California, San Francisco, has a cutoff age of 51 for fresh embryo transfers for women.
Now, Teicher and her colleagues have discovered striking differences between chemotherapy resistance in vivo and in vitro.
Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market Outlook to 2018- Clinical Chemistry Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology and Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture provides key market data on the Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics market - Australia, China, India and Japan.