anaphoresis


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anaphoresis

 [an″ah-fo-re´sis]
movement of charged particles toward the positive pole (anode) in electrophoresis.

an·a·pho·re·sis

(an'ă-fō-rē'sis),
Movement of negatively charged particles (anions) in a solution or suspension toward the anode in electrophoresis. Compare: cataphoresis.
[G. ana, up + phorēsis, a being borne]

anaphoresis

(in electrophoresis) the movement of anions in a solution or suspension toward the anode.

anaphoresis

Chemistry
The movement of negatively charged particles (anions) through a solution toward as anode—e.g., in electrophoresis.
 
Dermatology
(1) Anhidrosis. 
(2) Hypohidrosis.

an·a·pho·re·sis

(an'ă-fōr-ē'sis)
Movement of negatively charged particles (anions) in a solution or suspension toward the anode in electrophoresis.
[G. ana, up + phorēsis, a being borne]

anaphoresis

diminished activity of the sweat glands.
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