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autoradiograph

 [aw″to-ra´de-o-graf]
the film produced by autoradiography.
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au·to·ra·di·o·graph

(aw'tō-rā'dē-ō-graf),
Image of the distribution and concentration of radioactivity in a tissue or other substance made by placing a photographic emulsion on the surface of, or in proximity to, the substance.
Synonym(s): autoradiogram
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autoradiograph

(ô′tō-rā′dē-ō-grăf′)
n.
An image recorded on a photographic film or plate produced by the radiation emitted from a specimen, such as a section of tissue, that has been treated or injected with a radioactively labeled isotope or that has absorbed or ingested such an isotope. Also called autoradiogram.

au′to·ra′di·o·graph′ic adj.
au′to·ra′di·og′ra·phy (-ŏg′rə-fē) n.
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autoradiogram

A photograph produced by exposing undeveloped film to a radiolabeled molecule (e.g. DNA, RNA or protein), typically in the context of a restriction enzyme digested blot.
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au·to·ra·di·o·graph

(aw'tō-rā'dē-ō-graf)
Image of the distribution and concentration of radioactivity in a tissue or other substance made by placing a photographic emulsion on the surface of, or in close proximity to, the substance.
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autoradiograph

a photographic representation of radioactive areas in a tissue. Tissues labelled with an ISOTOPE (e.g. 14C) are placed on a photographic plate which is irradiated in the same way as photographic film is exposed to light. Radioactive areas can be seen in the photographs.
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Sequential exposures of the painting to film over a two-month period produce a series of autoradiographs. These films reveal the presence and location of differing elements, documenting the artist's use of particular pigments.
The semiquantitative analysis of autoradiographs showed that the necrotic-to-viable muscle uptake ratios of H33258-blocking and unblocked group were 2.2 and 5.8, respectively.
Autoradiographs (BAS-images) of many small animals collected from the contaminated field were taken by one of the authors (S.
After careful superimposition of the autoradiographs and H&E stained images, the count densities of 540 ROIs (185: plaques, 241: normal vessel walls, and 114: adventitia) were analyzed using Tina 2.1 software.
To standardize band position, each autoradiograph was scored using a light box and rulers at three locations across the gel.
Variant and wild-type bands for single-strand conformation polymorphism were cut out from the gels after alignment with the autoradiograph, and the DNA was eluted in 100 [micro]L of doubly distilled [H.sub.2]O at room temperature for 24 h and amplified by PCR.
Using AFP2-P5e as an example, we detected this locus using selective primers MseP2 and PstP5; it was the fifth polymorphic band down from the top of the autoradiograph. AFLP designations are pedigree specific and do not necessarily relate to loci on other pea maps.
(d) The merging image of SSTR2 immunostaining and autoradiograph of the same CHLA-15 tumor section.
Autoradiograph investigation of sperm movements in the female reproductive tract.
Procedures for Southern blotting, DNA hybridizations, and autoradiograph exposures are described in De Koeyer et al.
An autoradiograph of this experiment as well as its densitometric evaluation is shown in Fig.