fluorescent microscopy


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fluorescent microscopy

examination with a fluorescent microscope equipped with a source of ultraviolet light rays, used to study specimens, such as tissues or microorganisms, that have been stained with fluorescent dye. Also called ultraviolet microscopy. See also fluorescent antibody test.

fluorescent microscopy (fl·reˑ·snt mī·krˑ·sk·pē),

n a type of microscope examination, usually of microorganisms or tissue stained with a fluorescent dye. Also called
ultraviolet microscopy.
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