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If wider studies do, in fact, confirm that CCL11 can be used as a specific in vivo marker for CTE, then what?
Tissue clearing, in combination with in vivo bioluminescence, allows a three-dimensional scan of a whole organ, or a whole body, very quickly.
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Origin and Etymology of in vivo
First Known Use: 1901See Words from the same year
medical Definition of in vivo
- in vivo synthesis of DNA
- microorganisms are not ordinarily destroyed in vivo by bacteriostatic drugs
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
- observing a patient's behavior in vivo
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