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microinjection


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microinjection

microinjection

microinjection

Lidocaine and muscimol microinjections in subthalamic nucleus reverse parkinsonian symptoms

Can we justify spermatid microinjection for severe male factor infertility?

Fertilization and early embryology: Centrifugation of bovine oocytes for nuclear micromanipulation and sperm microinjection

Microinjection of Cre recombinase RNA induces site-specific recombination of a transgene in mouse oocytes

Extrachromosomal Plasmid Dna Transmission and Amplification in Metaseiulus occidentalis (Acari: Phytoseiidae) Transformants Generated by Maternal Microinjection

Reversal of akinesia in experimental parkinsonism by GABA antagonist microinjections in the pedunculopontine nucleus

Hyaluronan in cytosol—Microinjection-based probing of its existence and suggested functions

Microinjection methods for visualization of the vascular architecture of the mouse embryo for light and scanning electron microscopy

The problems of spermatid microinjection in the human: the need for an accurate morphological approach and selective methods for viable and normal cells.

Pregnancy with frozen–thawed and fresh testicular biopsy after motile and immotile sperm microinjection, using the mechanical touch technique to assess viability

Pregnancy with frozen-thawed and fresh testicular biopsy after motile and immotile sperm microinjection, using the mechanical touch technique to assess viability

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Effect of timing of oocyte denudation and micro-injection on survival, fertilization and embryo quality after intracytoplasmic sperm injection.

Predictive value of testicular histology in secretory azoospermic subgroups and clinical outcome after microinjection of fresh and frozen–thawed sperm and spermatids

High rate of premature chromosome condensation in human oocytes following microinjection with round-headed sperm: Case report

Intradermal Influenza Vaccine Administered Using a New Microinjection System Produces Superior Immunogenicity in Elderly Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial

 

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A technique for injecting substances into cells, cell organelles, or other microscopic structures (e.g. capillaries) using a micropipette. It can be used, for example, to introduce dyes to help visualize cell components or to inject drugs or other substances to investigate their effects at the cellular level. In genetics, microinjection is used to insert DNA fragments or entire nuclei into cells.

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