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In situ Hybridization market worldwide is projected to grow by US$282.5 Thousand, guided by a compounded growth of 5.6%.
His analysis included 19,013 patients treated in 2008-2014 for melanoma in situ and 6,309 others treated for rare cutaneous malignancies deemed appropriate for Mohs according to the criteria formally developed jointly by the American Academy of Dermatology, the American College of Mohs Surgery, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association, and the American Society for Mohs Surgery (J Am Acad Dermatol.
According to the company, it has pioneered and commercialised the novel concept of delivering bone graft material in situ into an implanted device in order to fill the biologic void that remains with other spinal fusion systems.
Seed preparation and in situ sowing- Before sowing, dry seeds were soaked in 100 ml of sterile water for six hours, after which 70 ml of the supernatant was removed, leaving 30 ml sterile water with the seeds in the test tube.
Ex situ or in situ annealing at higher C[O.sub.2] partial pressure was needed for film crystallization.
In this study, a new ocular drug delivery system based on the dispersion of voriconazole loaded in situ gels coating into sodium alginate was proposed.
Computer models applicable to in situ oil shale retorting have been reported and used to analyze bench scale and field pilot tests under various conditions [10-16].
It includes all the 200's features, including a flexible E-chip-based in situ platform, open and closed loop temperature control options and a thermal ramp rate of 1000 [degrees]C per millisecond.
* Flo-x in situ is the first biocompatible, alcohol-free surfactant that flushes the lens intraoperatively without having to remove the laparoscope from the patient.