vitro


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vitro

(ˈvɪtrəʊ)
n
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Other in vitro tests are more specific for a particular type of damage.
This report covers global In vitro toxicity testing market along with their types and packaging.
The OECD also published several updated versions of existing in vitro Test Guidelines, including:
Even supposedly simple targets for replacement, such as the Draize test for eye irritation, have proved difficult to model in vitro and progress through successful external validation despite major efforts by the European Centre for the Validation of Alternatives (ECVAM), industry trade associations, individual companies, and academia.
Because of the rich values and high popularity of Celosia argentea, the in vitro technique was applied in order to achieve an efficient mass propagation and flower formation of this species.
The PLDT Group is investing in ensuring that the latest Vitro facility is at par with data centers in leading countries with world-class security features adhering to global-standard operations.
The Vitro court refused to enforce Vitro's plan because of the provision that released the guarantee claims of U.
These amounts for a full working lifetime lie within the range of the highest in vitro assay concentrations tested in the literature for Ag [silver nanoparricles] and [TiO.
Over the past several years, researchers have achieved in vitro fertilization of porcine oocytes (Iritani et al.
De acordo com Preece e Compton (1991), a elevada umidade relativa e a baixa irradiancia no ambiente in vitro sao os principais fatores que atuam na inducao de alteracoes e funcionalidade de orgaos e tecidos, levando-os a incapacidade de controlar as perdas de agua quando submetidos a condicoes adversas, como a aclimatizacao.
In contrast to vancomycin, ceftobiprole has in vitro microbiological activity against a broad spectrum of Gram-positive and Gram-negative pathogens.