Extensive in vitro data presented reaffirm the enhanced broad-spectrum of activity including Gram-negative pathogens.
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VIT stands for Vitro
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One wonders if this is due to commitment to an ideology that seeks to morally justify in vitro fertilization?
Second, in vitro platforms must be available that can be modified to make them amenable for toxicity testing.
While federal regulatory agencies still require animal tests as the definitive benchmark of human toxicity, several in vitro alternatives are now being considered as potential substitutes for some of these tests.
com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Western Europe (EU-16) In Vitro Diagnostics Market Report & Forecast (2012 - 2015) http://www.
He did make one telling point, however, that more of the human embryos produced in in vitro fertilization clinics are destroyed than ever would be by human embryo research.
In the current study, we compared the effects of chlorpyrifos and its major metabolites in two in vitro models, neuronotypic PC12 cells and gliotypic C6 cells.
Modern science offers two conventional alternatives to nature's way: artificial insemination, which places sperm in the vagina or uterus; and in vitro fertilization, which brings sperm and egg together in a laboratory dish.