microinjection


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microinjection

[¦mī·krō·in′jek·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
Injection of cells with solutions by using a micropipet.
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The height uniformity is a little lower than that for MLAs molded using microinjection molding with a negative feature of microlens pattern on mold cavity [19].
Effects of the Microinjection of Saline into the Cuneiform Nucleus on Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
Microinjection of a monoclonal antibody against SPN antigen, now identified by peptide sequences as the NuMA protein, induces micronuclei in PtK2 cells.
Microinjection of cRNA or siRNA was performed using a Nikon (Nikon Corporation, Shinagawa-Ku, Tokyo, Japan) manipulator with picoinjector (Femtojet, Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany) via pneumatic pressure.
Localized Intradermal microinjection of tranexamic acid for treatment of melasma in Asian patients: A preliminary clinical trial.
The role of the mesoaccumbens dopamine system in ethanol reinforcement: studies using the techniques of microinjection and voltammetry.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) takes the process one step further and involves the insertion of a single sperm directly into the cytoplasm of a mature egg (oocyte) using a special microinjection pipette (glass needle).
The market for technology is segmented into microinjection, embryonic stem cell technique, vims/vector, nuclear transferase, genetically modified sperm, and others.
The market for technology is segmented into microinjection, embryonic stem cell technique, virus/vector, nuclear transferase, genetically modified sperm, and others.
Studies conducted in our laboratory showed that microinjection of histamine into the cerebellar vermis impairs emotional memory consolidation in mice (9).
There are several methods have been introduced to create transgenic animals, in these the most common method is the microinjection of a transgene into pronucleus of a newly fertilized egg, the introduction of desired gene into embryonic stem cells and the transgenic somatic cell nuclear transfer (TSCNT) which is the variant of SCNT.
Microinjection needles (VWR #53508-375) were pulled on a micropipette puller (Flaming/Brown #P-97).