Vivoâ€ refers to life. Thus in vivo research is conducted with living organisms such as animals and human beings.
Literally in life. Refers to experiments that take place with or in living organisms.
experiments carried in living organisms
occurring inside a living organism
Occurring within a living animal.
Latin for "in life" : Processes taking place in a living organism.
Direct translation is "in life". Describes biological reactions taking place inside living organisms.
In an intact cell or organism. (Latin for "in life.")
Laboratory experiments performed in a living organism. An example is the injection of a substance into a rat to determine the substance's effect on the animal.
In a living organism, as opposed to in vitro (in the laboratory).
a biological process that goes on within a person.
(Latin, vivo = life) used to describe any process that occurs in its natural (normal) environment.
expression technology (IVET) Means of identifying bacterial genes that are expressed only when the bacteria are in the host (Lecture: Experimental Approaches to Pathogenesis: The Tools of the Trade, 2/28/02)
("In life.") Studies conducted within living organisms (e.g., animal or human studies).
refers to cell culturing within a live animal.
a process or reaction occurring in the body.v Lymphocytes: small white cells produced in the lymphoid organs and paramount in the immune defenses.
Studies carried out using living organisms.
From the Latin meaning "in living" The term is applied the study of processes in the living organism.
Studies conducted within living organisms (eg, animal or human studies).
A Latin term meaning "in body." After a candidate drug passes in vitro testing, it is then tested in living bodies. In vivo testing typically starts with mice or rats, and then progresses up to human testing. A candidate drug must have favorable properties in each successive species before the next species is tested.
In vivo is a Latin term describing biological phenomena that occur,or are observed occurring, within the bodies of living organisms.
Something existing in a living body
In the living creature.
Used to indicate experiments conducted in the field.
tests undertaken within a living human or animal. Literally, "in the living being".
With in a living organism; a laboratory experiment performed in which the substance under study is inserted into a living organism.
Denoting a reaction or process conducted in an intact cell or organism.
Within a living body. In vivo is Latin for in life.
Means occurring in a living organism.
procedure performed in the living body of an animal.
Testing Testing conducted in living animal and human systems.
Within a living organism: metabolic studies conducted in vivo; in vivo techniques.
Describes biological processes that occur in a living organism.
Literally, "in the living," pertaining to a biological process or reaction taking place in a living organism. In biomedical research, used to describe experiments or processes in whole animals (e.g., mice, rats, humans), as opposed to those in a test tube or other experimental system.
Carried out in a living body (for example an experiment)
A biological or biochemical process occurring in a living organism
Research done in living animals
Research carried out in living organisms.
within a living organism, especially lab experiments. [Latin - in a living body
In the actual living organism.
In the living body, referring to a study performed on a living organism.
Refers to studies and/or phenomena that take place in animals or humans.(empty)(empty)
Pertaining to a biochemical process or reaction taking place in a living cell or organism. Compare to in vitro.
An experiment on a living, multi-cell organism, such as an animal or plant.
Literally, "in the living body;" processes, such as the absorption of a drug by the human body, carried out in the living body rather than in a laboratory ( in vitro).
(of processes) taking place in a living organism.4
Studies or phenomenon which takes place in the body.
Studies carried out in living organisms.
Literally, "in life", meaning a reaction, process or experiment in a living organism rather than in a metaphorical test tube. [See: Micronucleus and Sister Chromatid Exchange Frequency in Endemic Fluorosis
in a living body or organism; a test performed on a living organism
L.: in the living state] • In a living organism. Many processes that occur in vivo can be reproduced in vitro with the right selection of cellular components. (Contrast with in vitro.)
This phrase means â€œin bodyâ€ and refers to something inside a living body.
occurring "in life", or under normal biological conditions
Literally in a living organism. Therefore, studies carried out in animals or humans may be referred to by this term.
in nature or within a living organism.
in the intact animal, usually refers to a process or study, which takes place in a living animal.
Within the living organism.
Refers to laboratory studies performed inside living organisms.
Français] The use of a natural environment, such as within a living organism.
Literally meaning is “in life”. The term refers to tests done on live animals.
experimental procedures carried out on living cell lines or in living animals.
Carried out in a living biological system, either animals or humans (literally - "in life").
Occurring within a living organism
Latin for "in the body of a living organism." Refers to studies done using human or animal subjects.
In the living body of a plant or animal.
Testing within a living organism, e.g., human or animal studies.
A research or testing methodology that employs living organisms.
Experimental procedure conducted in a living organism.
Latin phrase meaning "in life"; in the living organism as opposed to in vitro.
describes a state or condition that occurs and/or exists within the body. This term is often used to describe testing conditions that occur within humans and/or animals.
In living. Often refers to tests performed in living bodies or organisms Intraperitoneal Inside of the abdominal cavity
A test that takes place in a living body or organism.
the environment found in a living animal.
Literally, “in life.” An experiment conducted with a living organism (such as a laboratory animal).
In the body, in a living organism.
in the living body; referring to testing method
In the living body. Used to describe a process or reaction occurring therein.
In the normal body or animal; literally " in the living organism".
Occurring in the fully assembled, living organism; contrasted to events occurring in artificial or incompletely assembled systems ("ex vivo").
In a living organism. For example, tests done in vivo usually means they are done in human subjects.
Latin, meaning "in life". Used to describe medical experiments performed in an intact, living animal or (human volunteer), as opposed to in vitro.
In life; study conducted in a living body.
In vivo is Latin for in life. It describes experimental observations or other processes in a living body.
a process or reaction carried out in a living organism.
in, within + vivo, alive], of a biologic reaction occurring in a living organism
Refers to biological processes that take place within a living organism or cell
Latin. Literally "in life." Refers to laboratory testing of therapy on animals (often mice or rats) in laboratory. 2. Testing on humans in a clinical setting.
Describes a biological process that takes place in a living cell or organism.
Refers to a research environment where the experiment is performed within a living organism. For example, human subjects participating in a research study may be given a drug believed to lower cholesterol levels. (See also in vitro.)
A biological or biochemical process carried out in a living organism
Experiments that are performed within an organism's body.
Within the living body.
Testing or action inside an organism.
("In life") Within living organisms. (Often refers to animal or human studies.)
is a Latin based term that means in life. It is usually used to describe bodily functions or reactions within a living organism.
testing of a biological reaction in a living cell or organism.
Latin: literally, "in the living" subject; in a natural environment.
means studies or phenomena which take place in the body, usually in animals or humans.
From the Latin meaning "in the living organism". In vivo tests are conducted using animals or also humans in clinical trials
Studies using animals that are more informative for risk assessment than in vivo studies. However, uncertainties remain as a result of biological differences from humans and aspects of RF energy absorption.
Pertaining to a biological process or reaction taking place in a living cell or organism. Compare ex vivo and in vitro.
In the normal cell, literally 'in the living organism'.
Refers to studies conducted within humans or animals.
Literally "in life", an experiment performed using a living organism.
Produced within a living organism.
In vivo (Latin: (with)in the living) means that which takes place inside an organism. In science, in vivo refers to experimentation done in or on the living tissue of a whole, living organism as opposed to a partial or dead one. Animal testing and clinical trials are forms of in vivo research.