cataphoretically

cataphoresis

[kat-uh-fuh-ree-sis]
noun
1.
Medicine/Medical. the causing of medicinal substances to pass through or into living tissues in the direction of flow of a positive electric current.
2.
Physical Chemistry, electrophoresis.

Origin:
1885–90; < Neo-Latin, equivalent to cata- cata- + New Greek phórēsis a being borne, equivalent to phorē- (variant stem of phérein to bear1, carry) + -sis -sis

cataphoretic [kat-uh-fuh-ret-ik] , adjective
cataphoretically, adverb
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cataphoresis (ˌkætəfəˈriːsɪs)
 
n
another name for electrophoresis
 
cataphoretic
 
adj
 
catapho'retically
 
adv

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