Difference Between Invitro and Insilico

Invivo, In vitro and In silico are the three common terms used in biological sciences especially in labs.

In vitrotest tube 1. In Latin means “within the glass”
2. In vitro experiment involves the experimentation outside whole living organism in a controlled laboratory conditions
Example: Cell culture experiments in petri dishes, or some experiments in test tubes.
In silico
computer readed analysis
Computer based analysis

The term coined in 1989 as an analogy to in vitro and in vivo
1. In Latin means “within the silicon” (silicon refers to computers)
2. In silico experiment involves the experimentation using computer or via computer simulation
Example: Use of three dimensional protein structure for drug designing, sequence analysis using some software.
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