Example sentences for: in-vivo

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  • Due to their high immunogenicity and their extra-chromosomal replication, the current adenoviral vectors may not be appropriate for long-term transduction in-vivo but improvement in vector design and adoptive transfer into immunodeficient hosts may facilitate experiments in the future.

  • Interfering with the IGF signaling system can inhibit the growth of cancer cells in-vitro and in-vivo.

  • Retroviral expression of the kinase inactive IGF-I Receptor inhibits growth of U87 glioblastoma cells in-vivo

  • Ex-vivo and in-vivo methods have been used to deliver therapeutic genes such as those that encode IL-10, v-IL-10, soluble TNF and IL-1 receptors, and IL-1Ra to arthritic mouse [ 10], rat [ 11], dog [ 12], and rabbit joints [ 13].

  • where K d is the dissociation constant for rhod-2 and calcium (determined by in-vitro calibration with rhod-2 and myoglobin by del Nido et al, ref [ 20 ] , and confirmed by in-vivo manganese quenching, ref [ 29 ] ) and is 710 nM, F t = fluorescence at time t, F max =maximal fluorescence from tetanized heart, and the fluorescence from the heart assuming rhod-2 had no calcium bound is given by F 0 = F b + a (F max - F b ), where F b is the background counts from the heart prior to dye loading, and a = rhod-2 fluorescence in the absence of calcium / rhod-2 fluorescence in the presence of saturating calcium.

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