biospectroscopy

bi·o·spec·tros·co·py

(bī'ō-spek-tros'kō-pē),
Spectroscopic examination of specimens of living tissue, including fluids removed therefrom.
[bio- + L. spectrum, image, + G. skopeō, to examine]
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biospectroscopy

(bī′ō-spĕk-trŏs′kə-pē)
n.
The spectroscopic examination of specimens of living tissue or body fluids.
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bi·o·spec·tros·co·py

(bī'ō-spek-tros'kŏ-pē)
Spectroscopic examination of specimens of living tissue, including fluids removed therefrom.
[bio- + L. spectrum, image, + G. skopeō, to examine]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

biospectroscopy

(bī″ō-spĕk-trŏs′kō-pē) [″ + ″ + Gr. skopein, to examine]
Examination of tissue by use of a spectroscope.
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New techniques for assessing dry weight have been developed, including bioimpedance, biospectroscopy [4], natriuretic peptide serum levels [5], and ultrasonography methods, the most common being inferior vena cava diameter [6].
(4) Center for Biospectroscopy, School of Chemistry, Monash University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Tait et al., "FTIR microspectroscopic study of cell types and potential confounding variables in screening for cervical malignancies," Biospectroscopy, vol.
McGown, "Spectroscopic studies of single-stranded DNA ligands and oxazole yellow dyes," Biospectroscopy, vol.
Vibrational spectroscopic studies," Biospectroscopy, vol.
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