ex vivo

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj ex vivo in an artificial environment outside the living organism "in vitro fertilization"
    • adv ex vivo in an artificial environment outside the living organism "an egg fertilized in vitro"
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Usage


In news:

New Guide for Measuring the Inactivation of Persistent Activity of a Topical Antimicrobial Products Using Ex Vivo Porcine Skin.
New Guide for Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Hand Hygiene Topical Antimicrobial Products Using Ex Vivo Porcine Skin.
This system successfully brought a new " ex vivo " concept, which measures in vivo response in an in vitro assay, to practice and makes it possible to predict drug efficacy .
WK36910 Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Hand Hygiene Topical Antimicrobial Products Using Ex Vivo Porcine Skin.
Cell-cycle blockade by ex-vivo gene therapy of experimental vein grafts inhibits the neointimal hyperplasia and subsequent accelerated atherosclerosis that lead to human bypass-graft failure.
Studies showed that ex vivo expanded HSCs cure genetic defects in allogeneic mice where freshly isolated HSCs transplants fail.
Nanofiber-Based Ex Vivo Method Set Up to Help HSCs Realize Preclinical & Clinical Potential.
A bio-molecular film ex-vivo model to evaluate the influence of canal dimensions and irrigation variables on the efficacy of irrigation.
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In science:

Neu status in PG-nemia hasn’t been investigated, but it is possible (similarly to LPS) that PG+Neu percent also significantly increases. In work (Ekman 2010) human neutrophils were investigated ex vivo.
Model of pathogenesis of psoriasis. Part 1. Systemic psoriatic process
Hence, there is an important effort to build ex-vivo phantoms that produce realistic datasets, more realistic than simulated synthetic data.
Local Water Diffusion Phenomenon Clustering From High Angular Resolution Diffusion Imaging (HARDI)
For in vivo (or ex vivo ) measurements of cartilage stiffness and mapping a cartilage surface, a mechanical model for cartilage has to be prioritized considering dynamic properties of cartilage and measuring in indentation mode (Ronken et al., 2011).
Accounting for the thickness effect in dynamic spherical indentation of a viscoelastic layer: Application to non-destructive testing of articular cartilage
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