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ex vivo

 [eks″ ve´vo]
outside the living body; denoting removal of an organ (e.g., the kidney) for reparative surgery, after which it is returned to the original site.

ex vi·vo

(ex vē'vō),
Referring to the use or positioning of a tissue or cell after removal from an organism while the tissue or cells remain viable.
[L. from the living]

ex vivo

/ex vi·vo/ (eks´ ve´vo) outside the living body; denoting removal of an organ (e.g., the kidney) for reparative surgery, after which it is returned to the original site.

ex vivo

(ĕks′ vē′vō)
adv. & adj.
In an artificial environment outside a living organism: cells surviving ex vivo; ex vivo gene therapy.

ex vivo

adjective Latin for occurring outside of the body or living organisms.

ex vi·vo

(ex vē'vō)
That which occurs outside an organism in experimentation, refers to use or positioning of a tissue or cell after removal from an organism while the tissue or cells remain viable.
[L. from the living]

ex vivo

outside a living cell or organism.

ex vivo

outside the living body; denoting removal of an organ (e.g. the kidney) for reparative surgery, after which it is returned to the original site.
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By settling, we are free to practice our innovative ex vivo gene therapy approach without any financial commitments to the other parties, regardless of how the Patent and Trademark Office resolves the remaining issues in the interference.
RBT is administered ex vivo using physiologically active human renal epithelial cells incorporated in a hollow-fiber dialysis cartridge.
Under the terms of the agreement, Ex Vivo will use the ACE System to engineer adult-derived stem cells for research related to optimizing proliferation and controlled differentiation of these cells.
The Company's proprietary ex vivo cell loading technology overcomes critical obstacles, such as safety, scalability, and reproducibility, which are fundamental to successful cell-based therapies.
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