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in si·tu

 (ĭn sē′to͞o, sī′-, sĭch′o͞o)
adv. & adj.
In the original position.

[Latin in sitū : in, in + sitū, ablative of situs, place.]

in situ

(ɪn ˈsɪtjuː)
adv, adj (postpositive)
1. in the natural, original, or appropriate position
2. (Pathology) pathol (esp of a cancerous growth or tumour) not seen to be spreading from a localized position

in si•tu

(ɪn ˈsaɪ tu, -tyu, ˈsi-, ˈsɪt u)
adv., adj.
situated in its original or natural place or position.
[1730–40; < Latin in sitū literally, in place]

in situ

A Latin phrase meaning in position, used to mean in the original or proper place.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.in situ - in the original or natural place or site; "carcinoma in situ"; "the archeologists left the pottery in place"
Translations

in situ

[ɪnˈsɪtjuː] ADVin situ

in situ

[ˌɪnˈsɪtjuː]
advin situ
adjin situ invinsofar as in so far as [ˌɪnsəˈfɑːrəz] conj (= inasmuch as) → dans la mesure où

in situ

advin situ (esp Med, Archeol); this part can be repaired in situman braucht das Teil nicht auszubauen, um es zu reparieren
adj in situ investigatorErmittler(in) m(f)vor Ort

in si·tu

a. L. in situ.
1. en el lugar normal;
2. que no se extiende más allá del sitio en que se origina.

in situ

in situ, localizado
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Acquisition of the necessary material for the performance of histochemistry, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, immunohistochemical pharmacodiagnosis, in situ hybridization and an integral management system in the pathological anatomy service, in addition to the cession of the necessary equipment for these techniques.
Fluorescence in situ hybridization was performed according to the manufacturer's instructions and established laboratory protocol in the Cleveland Clinic reference laboratory, with the results incorporated into the final diagnosis.
7,8) Recently the FDA also approved a dual in situ hybridization (DISH) test for the determination of HER2 status.
Some of these include branched DNA, hybrid capture, transcription-mediated amplification, cleavase-based assays, home-brew fluorescence in situ hybridization assays (where the DNA of interest is ordered using public genomic databases and fluorescently labeled in house), Invader assay, strand displacement assays and pyrosequencing.
Automated Cellular Imaging System (ACIS)-assisted quantitation of immunohistochemical assay achieves high accuracy in comparison with fluorescence in situ hybridization assay as the standard.
KEY WORDS: top shell, chromosome, karyotype, telomere, Turbo cornutus, Mollusca, invertebrate, fluorescence in situ hybridization
Meanwhile, CLS plans to combine the in silico prediction technology with its proprietary large-scale in situ Hybridization (LisH) technique for applications in the drug target discovery and the safety evaluation of compounds while improving its technological capabilities.
The Columbia researchers used a technique known as fluorescence in situ hybridization to identify and count the number and types of chromosomal changes that occurred in a subset of 60 African-American and Dominican newborns from the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health Prospective Cohort Study in New York City.
Partial tetrasomy of chromosome 22 was confirmed by fluorescent in situ hybridization.
In contrast, histopathologic examination in conjunction with special pathology techniques, such as immunohistochemistry (IHC), in situ hybridization, and electron microscopy, can provide unequivocal evidence linking a particular agent to death.