organ culture


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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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Bardi explained the problem of donor drop over the past few years by the lack of organ culture in Tunisia and the Maghreb countries, leading to the death of the patient waiting for a transplant.
The purpose of this study was to establish loading and organ culture methods for rabbit IVD motion segments to study the effect of static load on the whole disc organ.
arboreum was studied as the second part of present investigation and this organ culture resulted the production of healthy plantlets within 6-months.
The limitations of organ culture appear similar to tissue culture regarding sophisticated lab requirements, but definitely it appears to provide new clinically relevant information.
Though particularly of use to organists considering Mendelssohn's compositions as well as organ culture of the early nineteenth century (see especially chapter 7), this volume reflects the sort of full-orbed consideration of music that musicologists prize, music studied in terms of analysis, cultural history, and contemporary context.
Such highly innovative methods as cryo EM, CEMOVIS and 3D organ culture will be applied.
Development of hamster two-cell embryos in the isolated mouse oviduct in organ culture system.
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).