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Viability

Definition

noun

(1) The capacity of being alive; capability of living, developing, or reproducing.

(2) The capability (of an embryo, fetus or newborn) of normal growth and development outside the uterus.

(3) The state of being viable; practicability.


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Viability with biological context can refer to the following:

  • In biological research and experimentation, viability refers to a measure of cells that are alive.
  • In pregnancy, viability refers to the chance of reaching full-tem or the shortest possible length of pregnancy that would deliver a live birth and in which the newborn is capable of normal growth and development.


Word origin: viable + -ity.
Related forms: viable (adjective)

Compare: inviability


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A and B and negative controls to check for viability of your cells and your media (A) and the process of transfection (B)

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Topic: centrifugation of hemocytes
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centrifugation of hemocytes

... plates, flat-bottom and round bottom). I took the supernatant off and tried to resuspend the cells with PBS and then performed my classical viability protocol… But the cells have gone… These velocities are the one used in articles… and i can't increase the velocity of centrifugation because ...

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