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photoporation

photoporation
 n.— «St Andrews researchers have created a new technique that relies on a method called “photoporation.” This innovative method allows insoluble compounds such as genes and drugs to be injected into individual cells with the assistance of light. This will allow the potential detection of specific diseases and assist in the development of medication.» —“The light syringe” PhysOrg.com Nov. 24, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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