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Synonyms for ex vivo

in an artificial environment outside the living organism

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in an artificial environment outside the living organism

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The global partnership will provide Kite with exclusive rights to use the ZFN technology to modify genes to develop ex vivo cell therapies for both autologous and allogeneic use in the treatment of various cancers.
The animals were assigned randomly to two experimental protocols: (a) HS followed by ex vivo treatment and resuscitation and (b) HS followed by in vivo treatment and resuscitation.
These studies have historically been performed ex vivo using samples obtained from a living specimen or individual.
The book provides an extensive review of coating types and surface modifications for biomedical applications; chapters look at hydrophilic coatings for biomedical applications in and ex vivo, mineral coatings for orthopaedic applications, pyrolytic carbon coating and other commonly-used biomedical coatings; and it presents case studies of orthopaedic and ophthalmic coatings, and biomedical applications including vascular stents, cardiopulomonary bypass equipment and ventricular assist devices.
Epistem has developed a method for maintaining plucked human hairs ex vivo, and then treating with therapeutic agents to obtain valuable information on the cellular response to drug treatment.
Currently, ex vivo gene therapy is expanding throughout the world as an effective method for several incurable diseases.
At 24 hr after estrogen exposure, the embryos were isolated and luciferase activity was measured ex vivo, showing that 100 and 1,000 [micro]g/kg DES and 1,000 and 10,000 [micro]g/kg EP were able to significantly induce luciferase activity compared with oil-exposed controls (Figure 2).
Ex vivo IL-10 gene therapy, pioneered by one of AMT's founders Prof.
The study was intended to evaluate whether stem cells produced ex vivo could be used by themselves to restore blood and immune system function following aggressive chemotherapy and evaluated the time to engraftment of the patients' key infection fighting white blood cells and blood-clotting cells to control bleeding.
The results of the HELP (Human ex vivo Lung Perfusion) study on STEEN Solution[TM] show that transplantation with ex vivo evaluated lungs was at least as good as in the control group.
Contract award notice: Acquisition of an ex vivo pulmonary perfusion platform, All-hazards maintenance and associated consumables
CSL Behring, the United States subsidiary of Australia-based CSL, has agreed to acquire Calimmune, a United States-based biotechnology company focused on developing ex vivo hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy, it was reported yesterday.
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) has patented methods for the ex vivo formation of mammalian bone and subsequent uses of the bone.
1996) and by Bemis and Seegal (1999) after ex vivo exposure of striatal slices from adult rats to commercial mixtures of PCBs.
Furthermore, in the Phase I study of BB-10153, evidence of proof-of-concept fibrinolytic activity was obtained in ex vivo clot lysis assays and in vivo production of fibrin degradation products.