in vivo

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj in vivo within a living organism "in vivo techniques"
    • adv in vivo in the living organism "studies conducted in vivo"
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Usage

In literature:

The order of the Buried Alive in Rome, the Convent of the Sepolte Vivo, is a remnant of the Middle Ages in the life of to-day.
"Donahoe's Magazine, Volume 15, No. 1, January 1886" by Various
Esser l' anima in lei da me fuggita, La sua mi diede, e ch' or con questa vivo!
"The Romance of Biography (Vol 1 of 2)" by Anna Jameson
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In news:

Reciprocal Association of the Budding Yeast ATM-Related Proteins Tel1 and Mec1 with Telomeres In Vivo.
A caption in Monday's Daily Press, for an article headlined " Apocalyptic shelter for sale," named Vivos as a one-time owner of the shelter.
Researchers Find Hydrocyanine Sensors Allow ROS Imaging In vivo.
Federal troops in Nuevo Laredo (Source: Nuevo Laredo en Vivo/Twitter).
In Vivo Quantitative Evaluation of Gloss.
Vivo Partenza in Boca Raton.
Vibram has a major shoe- testing complex in China, where we do in-vivo testing , which is recreating outside environments in an indoor setting to conduct tests.
William Reardon, the Executive Chef at the Vivo Seasonal Trattoria , is in the kitchen, making maple butter sea scallops.
Nanoscale drug discovery approach relies on in silico, in vivo, in vitro .
Amanda and Rich Ficili, owners, with their daughter, Bella, welcome everyone to The Cellar at Vivo , opening Friday, April 23, in downtown Banner Elk.
William Reardon, the Executive Chef at the Vivo Seasonal Trattoria, is in the kitchen, making maple butter sea scallops.
Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana returned to The Society of the Four Arts Wednesday night to present another mesmerizing evening of flamenco dance in its program La Pasión Flamenca.
Nanoscale drug discovery approach relies on in silico, in vivo , in vitro.
The authors discuss gamma scintigraphy as a technique for in vivo evaluation of drugs and delivery systems.
Silver Nanoparticles Monitored in Vivo .
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In science:

As a special case, the following detection method tags are treated as smaller than any other: ‘unspecified method’ (MI:0686), ‘in vivo’ and ‘in vitro’ (The latter two are from HPRD only).
ppiTrim: Constructing non-redundant and up-to-date interactomes
However, it is not clear how such a distribution could arise in vivo.
Anomalous subdiffusion due to obstacles : A critical survey
In particular, our simulations (Fig. S2) show that the finite size of the cells and/or the low statistics inherent to in vivo measurements, could by themselves give rise to spurious power law-like regimes, that would naturally be interpreted as crowding-dependent anomalous exponents.
Anomalous subdiffusion due to obstacles : A critical survey
Crowding and Confinement Effects on Protein Diffusion In Vivo. J.
Anomalous subdiffusion due to obstacles : A critical survey
Vivo 2011 Compact smallest eigenvalue expressions in Wishart-Laguerre ensembles with or without a fixed-trace J.
Subsystem dynamics under random Hamiltonian evolution
Thus, we use a good compromise between synthetic data as in and in vivo data for which it almost impossible to have ground truth.
Local Water Diffusion Phenomenon Clustering From High Angular Resolution Diffusion Imaging (HARDI)
Fully automated classification of HARDI in vivo data using a support vector machine.
Local Water Diffusion Phenomenon Clustering From High Angular Resolution Diffusion Imaging (HARDI)
Our hypothesis is that this second action is essentially minimized by the rigidity of the ends of the replication loops in vivo.
Biologic
Each strand, separated in vivo, finds its complement being built naturally in the environment.
Biologic
In vivo intracellular recording and perturbation of persistent activity in a neural integrator.
A simple mechanism for balancing at the border of instability with applications to persistent neural activity
Res. 34, 107-112. 21. Hall, E.D., Oostveen, J.A., Andrus, P.K., Anderson, D.K., Thomas, C.E., 1997. Immunocytochemical method for investigating in vivo neuronal oxygen radical-induced lipid peroxidation. J.
Time course of oxidative damage in different brain regions following transient cerebral ischemia in gerbils
Multiexponential reconstruction has been used extensively in the reconstruction of relaxation spectra from T2 decays measured in vivo using MRI.
A robust and reliable method for detecting signals of interest in multiexponential decays
The detection of the myelin signal in in vivo T2 decays from the human brain will be used to demonstrate rejecting the null hypothesis in relaxation spectrum space both explicitly and implicitly.
A robust and reliable method for detecting signals of interest in multiexponential decays
The null hypothesis method is then compared to current practices in in vivo myelin water signal detection including the commonly used regularized NNLS algorithm.
A robust and reliable method for detecting signals of interest in multiexponential decays
The present paper considers the reconstruction problem were the SNR is only 100 which is closer to current practices in in vivo T2 measurements than 1000.
A robust and reliable method for detecting signals of interest in multiexponential decays
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