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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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Intellia retains rights to all other in vivo and ex vivo applications of CRISPR/Cas9, including for eye disorders, subject to certain in vivo target selection options by Novartis set forth in the original agreement.
Finally, our in vivo work demonstrated that heterotypic pseudoislet transplantation recipient mice reverted to normoglycemic levels faster and had a greater glucose clearance compared to INS-1 pseudo-islets recipient mice.
This is a key point here in our work at Brown: We are working to lower the cost, both in terms of time and cognitive costs, for end users to establish the rich linkages that we want to store in VIVO. Since the library is involved in many initiatives, there won't always be a professional cataloger or metadata staff member to review captured data in systems like these.
has headquarters in Paris, France where it designs and develops a unique range of scientific instruments dedicated to real-time preclinical imaging for in vivo and ex vivo applications in small animals.
Portugal Telecom ended a board meeting late on Friday without reaching a decision on whether to accept Telefonica s bid for its stake in Vivo. Although the offer is deemed by analysts to be generous, PT would be relegated to becoming an almost purely domestic carrier if its participation in Vivo were sold.
Because knowing the infectious dose transmitted by mosquitoes is important for designing vertebrate infection studies, in which needles are typically used for virus delivery, we compared the amount of VEEV transmitted by mosquitoes in vitro with that transmitted in vivo. We also determined whether mosquito transmission affects viremia or time to death when compared with needle infections.
Accordingly, the Xenopus embryonic metamorphosis assay (XEMA) has been proposed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Task Force on Endocrine Disrupters Testing and Assessment as an in vivo assay for identification of substances with potential to disrupt functions of the thyroid system.
2) first proposed that poly(ether)urethanes were susceptible to in vivo oxidation of the polyether chain.
Now, Teicher and her colleagues have discovered striking differences between chemotherapy resistance in vivo and in vitro.
Given that the protective effect of ghrelin has been linked to the MAPK signaling pathway in vitro and in vivo [16, 20-22], we investigated the effect of ghrelin on MAPK in INS-1 cells after dexamethasone treatment.
The therapeutic applications for in vivo transfection targeting the pancreas include two popular areas for research: pancreatic cancer and diabetes mellitus.
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