ex vivo

ADJECTIVE
  1. of a biological process occurring in an artificial environment outside the living organism
    in vitro fertilization
ADVERB
  1. in an artificial environment outside the living organism
    an egg fertilized in vitro
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How To Use ex vivo In A Sentence

  • Objective To characterize the isometric contractility of Bufo gastrocnemius ex vivo in light of the rest tension.
  • Functional analysis showed that these ex vivo-generated NK cells efficiently target myeloid leukemia and melanoma tumor cell lines, and mediate cytolysis of primary leukemia cells at low NK-target ratios. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Their research used an "ex vivo human skin explant model" which helped them come to their recent conclusions and which they anticipate to help in further research in preventing HIV transmission.
  • Further understanding the mechanisms regulating the self-renewal of hematopoietic stem cells, is crucial to the ex vivo expansion of HSCs for further development of stem cell-based therapies.
  • Phenotypical profile of ex vivo-generated NK cells using Method II with GBGM. (a) Flow cytometric analysis of a second NK cell product generated from CD34 PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Hence, small intestinal epithelial stem cells may be isolated in mixed cell populations and successfully maintained ex vivo.
  • In ex vivo gene therapy, cells with defective genes are removed from a patient for transfection with wild-type copies of the affected gene. The Scientist
  • Hence, small intestinal epithelial stem cells may be isolated in mixed cell populations and successfully maintained ex vivo.
  • Wwox KO calvarial osteoblasts ex vivo compared to WT osteoblasts PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
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