in silico


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in sil·i·co

 (ĭn sĭl′ĭ-kō)
adv. & adj.
By computer modeling: a hypothesis that was tested in silico but not in vitro; in silico analysis.

[Latin in, in + pseudo-Latin silicō (from English silicon, on the model of in vitro, in vivo, etc., in reference to the silicon chips in computers).]
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The main goal of insist is to advance treatments of ischemic stroke and its introduction in clinical practice by realizing in silico clinical stroke trials in which stroke and treatment are modeled.
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