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 (flo͝o-rŏm′ĭ-tər, flô-, flō-)
An instrument for detecting and measuring fluorescence.

fluo·rom′e·try n.


the measurement of fluorescence, or visible radiation, by means of a fluorometer. — fluorometric, adj.
See also: Radiation
the measurement of fluorescence, or visible radiation, by means of a fluorometer. — fluorometric, adj.
See also: Measurement
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ELISA test uses various types of enzymes such as carbonic anhydrase, glucose oxidase, and alkaline phosphatases and the result is detected by photometry or fluorometry.
The 'CA-800' (pictured right) combines real corneal radii topography, keratoconus and Zernike analyses with fluorometry and infrared meibography, as well as pupillometry, all in one unit.
The new LIBR Genome Center has a Miseq sequencer (Illumina, San Diego, CA, USA) and ancillary supporting capabilities, including electrophoresis for qualification, fluorometry for quantitation, PCR for amplification, and fully functional computational analysis capabilities to perform pathogen discovery and microbial genome characterization.
One way to measure primary productivity in situ at an unprecedented temporal and spatial resolution is by active fluorometry (mainly Fast Repetition Rate techniques).
Newborn screening for Pompe and Fabry disorders can be performed by use of enzymatic functional assays based on either fluorometry (7, 8) or MS/MS (9-11) or by measurement of enzyme concentration based on immunoassay (12).
Using chlorophyll fluorometry to compare photosynthetic performance of commercial maize (Zea mays L.
Fluorometry was used to quantify reaction products, and the Michaelis-Menten constant, K[sub.
METHODS: We performed computational modeling to determine interaction energies between the ligand and the AR ligand-binding site, and measured in vitro competitive binding assays for AR by polarization fluorometry analysis.
Chlorophyll a fluorometry bas come a long way in the past few decades to become the single most common spectroscopic technique used in photosynthetic studies, particularly in assessing the functionality of PSII.
The photosynthetic yield parameter of the filtered algae was determined at each stage using pulse-amplitude-modulated fluorometry.
These methods are gravimetry, fluorometry, photometry and Ratiometric Photometry[TM], and each can be a useful tool in the continual battle against false data and non-compliance.
HPLC analysis of grapevine phytoalexins coupling photodiode array detection and fluorometry.