intravital


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in·tra·vi·tal

 (ĭn′trə-vīt′l)
adj.
Occurring in or performed on a living organism: intravital staining techniques.

in′tra·vi′tal·ly adv.

intravital

(ˌɪntrəˈvaɪtəl)
adj
(Biology) biology occurring within, or performed upon, an organism that is alive
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With the help of intravital two-photon microscopy the researchers looked inside the skulls of infected mice and analysed the immune cells in action.
Imaging modalities covered include nuclear medicine techniques (SPECT and PET) and non-nuclear techniques such as MRI, MRS, CT, ultrasound, intravital microscopy, optical imaging, diffuse optical tomography, electromagnetic tomography and other methods which elucidate molecular and cellular mechanisms.
Intravital microscopy demonstrating antibody-mediated immobilisation of Plasmodium berghei sporozoites injected into skin by mosquitoes.
We assessed pulmonary inflammation and damage by measuring bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) parameters and evaluated systemic microvascular function by intravital microscopy of spinotrapezius muscle arterioles.
Intravital dynamic pressure measurements in lumbar discs: a study of common movements, maneuvers and exercises.
Studies using intravital microscopy, laser Doppler flowmetry, and microcast techniques have demonstrated reduced cochlear blood flow, decreased red blood cell velocity, capillary constriction, and increased vascular permeability during noise exposure.
AngioSPARK(TM)680 is a nanoparticle probe that enables ultra-long and ultra-bright fluorescent imaging of vascularity and angiogenesis, specifically tailored for applications in intravital microscopy.
Contract notice: Building a multi-contrast intravital microscope for the label-free imaging (multi contrast intravital microscope).
Results of an analysis of the individual steps of metastasis with intravital time-lapse fluorescence microscopy revealed that postextravasation growth is the major rate-limiting step in metastasis (20).
Kim employed intravital two-photon microscopy to peer inside the skulls of infected mice.