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autoradiograph

Syllabification: au·to·ra·di·o·graph
Pronunciation: /ˌôdōˈrādēəɡraf
 
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Definition of autoradiograph in English:

noun

A photograph of an object produced by radiation from radioactive material in the object and revealing the distribution or location of labeled material in the object.
Example sentences
  • Hybridization can be visualized by measuring color development on the blot when enzyme labels are used or by developing the radioactive blots onto autoradiographs.
  • The chromatogram produced can then be used to give an autoradiograph so the compounds that the radioactive material has been incorporated into can be readily identified.
  • The autoradiographs were scanned with a densitometer, and the signals were quantified.

verb

[with object] Back to top  
Make an autoradiograph of.
Example sentences
  • The washed membrane was autoradiographed overnight.
  • The membranes were then autoradiographed using a phosphoimaging system.
  • Alternatively, the gel was autoradiographed at - 80°C.

Derivatives

autoradiographic

1
Pronunciation: /-ˌrādēəˈɡrafik/
adjective
Example sentences
  • For quantitative analysis, both the autoradiographic standards and the autoradiographs were initially scanned.
  • Membranes were exposed to autoradiographic film for 4 hours.
  • Signals from hybridized filters were recorded on autoradiographic films.

autoradiography

2
Pronunciation: /-ˌrādēˈäɡrəfē/
noun
Example sentences
  • If your main interest is clinical an explanation of intracellular recordings and autoradiography will be welcome, and presumably scientists will have a similar view about the clinical sections.
  • Radioactivity on the membrane was detected by autoradiography.
  • After washing, the membrane was subjected to autoradiography for 48 hours at -70 degrees C.

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