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“Separate in-vivo experiments showed that the condition of rats who had suffered heart attacks improved after they received the cells derived from menstrual blood.”
“I have been reading Molecular Biology & Genetics grant proposals for the DOD and my head is swimming with in-vivo studies, mice with breast cancer ….”
“Behe still thinks that “non Darwinian” species changes occur in-vivo, and have periodically for ~4 billion years.”
“That would make his target audience start wondering whether it means that the molecular assembly occurs in-vivo pre-existing cells or in-vitro.”
“Recognizing the need to safeguard the accuracy and credibility of DNA samples in the field of forensics, Nucleix scientists have developed a novel assay termed “DNA authentication” for combating this form of “biological identity theft” by distinguishing between in-vivo (real) and in-vitro (fake) DNA.”
“Like Behe, and unlike most of his cheerleaders, Steve at least admitted that whatever else beyond that elusive “edge” happened, it happened in-vivo common ancestors and all over a ~4 billion year period.”
“I are doing further long haul mid-Atlantic *in-vivo* work next Summer and once "Peer Reviewed", will be publishing our data via the most commonly used *Publisher* these days of such material - YouTube or was it SciVee ?”
“This imaging technique enables the monitoring of neuronal activity and more specifically, calcium activity, real-time and in-vivo, in either a small group of neurons or in the brain as a whole.”
“They don't discuss how applicable this results are for in-vivo studies since ion content, pH and a lot of other things cannot be controlled in the same way.”
“Researchers first produced in-vivo images with MRI in 1973; by 1980, production prototypes were capable of imaging an entire human body.”
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