fluorescent screen


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fluor·es·cent screen

a screen coated with fluorescent crystals such as the calcium tungstate used in the fluoroscope.

fluor·es·cent screen

(flōr-es'ĕnt skrēn)
A screen coated with fluorescent crystals such as the calcium tungstate used in the fluoroscope.

fluor·es·cent screen

(flōr-es'ĕnt skrēn)
A screen coated with fluorescent crystals.

fluorescent screen,

fluorescent

having the quality of fluorescence.

fluorescent antibody
see fluorescence microscopy.
fluorescent antibody test
see fluorescence microscopy.
fluorescent bone marker
tetracycline is used experimentally to mark bone for procedures such as measuring rate of growth of bone.
fluorescent crystals
phosphors used in radiographic intensifying screens. A fine grade of crystals improves the definition of the image obtained but significantly slows the speed of the film. Calcium tungstate was commonly used as the phosphor but is gradually being replaced by rare earths.
fluorescent dye
used in fluorescent staining and fluorescence microscopy.
fluorescent screen
used as a fluoroscopic screen.
fluorescent staining
use of a fluorescent dye linked to an antibody forms the basis for fluorescence microscopy.
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