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in situ

In place,on-site,such as EPA provisions for remediation in situ of contaminants rather than a requirement the contaminated soil be excavated and disposed of in an approved facility.To illustrate,the following is a diagram showing the process of chemical oxidation as an in situ solution to contamination.

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Although the presence of one compound may not be convincing, we believe that because all four compounds appear and follow the same pattern, there is indeed in situ activity.
One issue of in situ preservation that has to be worked out is how to have plant samples available on demand to breeders and researchers.
Nonetheless, the deterioration of the boom -- previously considered one of the most reliable facets of in situ burning technology - surprised everyone.
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The final phase of the work, nearing completion, is to finalize the details for the in situ treatment of exposed surfaces of pipe rings that were placed into service before about 1975.
Expanding on their suite of contract research, Phylogeny is the only company offering miRNA in situ detection service.
Quantifiable Data from in situ microscopy is critical for research and development in the fields of engineering and biological nanomaterials.
According to Patterson, the main benefit of this technology is that it allows in situ monitoring, thus avoiding the risk of sample contamination.
Xu is the patent owner of technologies regarding " developing drugs to regenerate damaged organs ", a priority strategy of life science development noted in Obama's 2013 Presidential State of the Union address, and he is also the inventor and founder of the new scientific system "human organ in situ regeneration science".
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The working hypothesis in the present study was that this cell line could be induced to differentiate and express known features of in situ urothelium if the original serum-containing growth medium was changed to a serum-free formulation.