fluorography

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fluorography

[flu̇′räg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
Photography of an image produced on a fluorescent screen. Also known as photofluorography.
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Exposure time was adjusted according to the radioactivity incorporated during in vitro translation to obtain equivalent overall intensities on the fluorographs. Apparent molecular weights were estimated with protein standards (Sigma, St.
69) by densitometric analysis of the fluorographs. In order to have more data on changes in gene expression during the active period of acclimation, additional comparisons were made by fluorographs of in vitro translation products from [poly(A).sup.+] RNA sampled during the period of acclimation on 17 Oct., 3 Nov., and 1 Dec.