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or·gan cul·ture

the maintenance or growth of tissues, organ primordia, or the parts or whole of an organ in vitro in such a way as to allow differentiation or preservation of the architecture or function.

or·gan cul·ture

(ōr'găn kŭl'chŭr)
The maintenance or growth of tissues, organ primordia, or the parts or whole of an organ in vitro in such a way as to allow differentiation or preservation of the architecture or function.
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Such highly innovative methods as cryo EM, CEMOVIS and 3D organ culture will be applied.
Methods include pancreatic islets, endometrial organoid culture, modeling lymphatic and blood capillary patterning, precision-cut lung slices, human colon tissue in organ culture, fetal organs culture, magnetic assembly of tissue surrogates, and assembly of renal tissues by cellular self-organization.
Worcester has a fine organ tradition, but elsewhere organ recitals and even organ culture itself has been known to resonate with tedium and exclusivity (including male exclusivity).
35) Pomegranate seed oil's capacity to block breast cancer development was also demonstrated in an organ culture model of mouse breast cancer.
OBJECTIVES: Using our previously developed organ culture system, we investigated the effects of cadmium chloride on human gonads at the beginning of fetal life, a critical stage in the development of reproductive function.
The Organ and Its Music in German-Jewish Culture adopts a richly multi-faceted approach to its subject, combining thorough archival research with musical analysis, reception history, and sociological and ethnographic explorations into Jewish organ culture, and thus significantly contributes to our understanding of the ways German Jewish identities developed and transformed throughout the Diaspora before and after the mass emigration and exile of the early twentieth century.
It was noted that skin research as a whole would benefit from having standardised animal models, skin-equivalent cell culture models and organ culture models using human skin.
In this line-up of Dutch characteristics the organ culture feels at home.
Colleen Rocafort, Steven Orofino and Uli Osterwalder of Ciba Corporation; and "A Novel Ex-Vivo Pig Skin Organ Culture Model for Use in Efficacy and Safety Testing," by Gabriele Vielhaberl, Ph.
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The Dr Hadwen Trust, a medical research charity that uses non-animal experiments say that computer simulations, organ culture, molecule research and post-mortem human tissues are viable alternatives to animal testing.
Differences in complement-dependent chemotactic activity generated by bullous pemphigoid and epidermolysis bullosa acquisita immune complexes: Demonstration by leukocytic attachment and organ culture methods.