autoradiograph

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a radiogram produced by radiation emitted by the specimen being photographed

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In addition, the autoradiograph revealed the artist's use of numerous brown brush outlines, never before seen, to establish the contours of the maidservant and the cheat, as well as the top of the left edge of the table and outlines of the wine flask, glass and cheat's cards.
For quantification the autoradiographs of three independent experiments were scanned and the spots were evaluated densitometrically using a Geldoc densitometer (Biorad, Munchen, Germany).
Autoradiographs were developed from the hybridized filters with Kodak X-Omat AR x-ray film (Eastman Kodak Co.
This was true whether the Southern blots were analyzed by scanning densitometry of autoradiographs or by a PhosphorImager (patient 4).
Silver grain densities in autoradiographs were measured using a Joyce-Loebl MiniMagiScan image analysis system connected to an Olympus OM-2 microscope (x40 objective).
Haplotypes of individuals were scored from autoradiographs, and representatives of each haplotype were sequenced directly: control regions were reamplified, purified using Geneclean II kits (Bio 101, Inc.
Other disadvantages of multilocus fingerprinting include the difficulty of scoring banding patterns even for technically excellent autoradiographs with large numbers of resolvable bands.
On the basis of the autoradiographs presented in court, he concluded that the DNA evidence could not unambiguously prove that the blood was from the victim.
By using this assay rather than our current methodologies of PCR-acrylamide gels and Southern blotting, potentially 94% fewer autoradiographs could be performed in our laboratory, effectively minimizing the existing problematic issues associated with radioactivity such as cost, accidental spills and disposal, as well as neurotoxicity with acrylamide.
Autoradiographs (BAS-images) of many small animals collected from the contaminated field were taken by one of the authors (S.
Soremark and Hunt (1966) found that the autoradiographs of mice 4 days after being injected with [.
Microtube Tough-Tags (Diversified Biotech, Boston, MA) painted with Glo-It paint (DecoArt, Stanford, KY) were placed around the perimeter of the dried gel to orient the autoradiographs for fragment excision.