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#90192 12/23/02 12:21 PM
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I am looking for an academic and as authoritative as possible definition of "ex vivo" for our Fungal Group seminar. OED does have definitions of in vivo and in vitro with good examples but not ev. A couple of on line medical dictionaries, which I found, do not have "ex vivo" either.

#90193 12/23/02 02:23 PM
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Dear Vika: Y:ahoo! search for "ex vivo" gave a couple dozen examples, though no definition.
But from looking at them, "living" would seem to fit many if not most of them.

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