2 Types of gene therapy
2.1 Ex vivo
2.2 In vivo
3 Vectors in gene therapy
3.1 ... can be broadly split in to two categories: ex vivo
(where cells are modified outside the body and ...
... of the components of the immune system in vitro , in situ , and in vivo
. Immunology has various applications in several disciplines of science, ... for the diagnosis of disease, microbes and even illegal drugs in vivo
(of course tests conducted in closed environment have a higher degree of ...
... delicacy of the manipulations necessary, made it possible for a very long time to be doubtful as to the application of the phrase omne vivum e vivo
to the microscopic world, and there still remain a few belated supporters of abiogenesis. Subjection to the temperature of boiling water for, say, ...
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Terms and phrases
Omne vivum ex ovo - In vivo
- In vitro - In utero - In silico
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... Because the molecules that comprise living cells are so small, techniques such as PCR amplification, gel blotting, fluorescence labeling and in vivo
staining are used so that experimental results are observable with an unaided eye or, at most, optical magnification . Using these techniques, ...
... them competent to fertilize an oocyte .
This step is a biochemical event; the sperm move normally and look mature prior to capacitation.
this final step typically occurs after ejaculation , in the female reproductive tract .
In vitro , capacitation can occur in sperm that have ...
... strain. A DNA segment with excess or insufficient helical twisting is referred to, respectively, as positively or negatively " supercoiled ". DNA in vivo
is typically negatively supercoiled, which facilitates the unwinding of the double-helix required for RNA transcription .
Conditions for ...
... reach for some couples.
Health insurance and infertility treatment.
The status of embryos fertilized in vitro and not transfered in vivo
IVF and other fertility treatments have resulted in an increase in multiple births , provoking ethical analysis because of the link between ...
... the connection between two nerve cells which lasts for an extended period of time (minutes to hours in vitro and hours to days and months in vivo
). LTP can be induced experimentally by applying a sequence of short, high-frequency stimulations to nerve cell synapses . The phenomenon was ...