Definition of fluorography in English:

fluorography

Syllabification: fluo·rog·ra·phy
Pronunciation: /flo͝orˈäɡrəfē, flôr-
 
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noun

Photography in which the image is formed by fluorescence, used chiefly in biomedical research.
More example sentences
  • The gels were neutralized in 2 M TRIS for 5 min and subjected to fluorography by soaking for 30 min in Amplify.
  • The cell-free medium was subjected to two-dimensional PAGE, and the 1 PIs were visualized by fluorography.
  • Gels were then impregnated with Amplify TM, dried, and subjected to fluorography according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Derivatives

fluorograph

Pronunciation: /ˈflo͝orəˌɡraf, ˈflôr-/
noun
More example sentences
  • This paper proposes an algorithm which maps the position of a catheter tip on a fluorograph to the 3D position in magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) data.
  • Why change film fluorographs for fluorographs using digital X-ray images?

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