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in vivo

 [in ve´vo] (L.)
within the living body.

in vi·vo

(in vē'vō), The term is properly hyphenated when used attributively (in-vivo inhibition of aldolase) but not when it stands as an adjectival or adverbial phrase (inhibition of aldolase in vivo).
In the living body, referring to a process or reaction occurring therein. Compare: in vitro.
[L. in the living being]

in vivo

(vē′vō)
adv. & adj.
Within a living organism: metabolic studies conducted in vivo; in vivo techniques.

in vivo

adjective Referring to or occurring within a living organism or system.

in vivo

Latin In a living organism or system. Cf In vitro.

in vi·vo

(in vī'vō)
In the living body, referring to a process or reaction occurring therein.
Compare: in vitro
[L. in the living being]

in vivo

Occurring naturally within the body. Compare IN VITRO.

in vivo

(of biological processes or experiments) occurring in the living organism. Compare IN VITRO.

In vivo

Occurring in a living organism.
Mentioned in: Herbalism, Western

in vivo

Term referring to a measurement or a process taking place in the living body. Example: the effect of a contact lens on the cornea.

in vi·vo

(in vē'vō)
In the living body, referring to a process or reaction occurring therein.
Compare: in vitro
[L. in the living being]
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Compared to the preoperative in-vivo 12-core biopsies, the Gleason scores remained same, increased and decreased in 78.9%, 6.7% and 14.4%, respectively, on postoperative ex-vivo biopsies and 43.3%, 47.8% and 8.9% of patients on final specimen pathology (Table 4).
It specialises in the provision of high-performance scientific instruments and solutions for a variety of applications, including molecular and materials research and industrial and applied analysis.Country: USASector: HealthcareTarget: Carestream Health Inc's preclinical in-vivo imaging businessBuyer: Bruker CorpVendor: Carestream Health IncType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
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By missing slight in-vivo improvements or mislabeling them as problem behavior, the therapist may be responsible for stalling therapeutic change.