electrophorese etymology

English word electrophorese comes from English -phore (Bearer, carrier or conveyor.), English phoresis (Delivery or movement of a substance by means of an agent.)

Detailed word origin of electrophorese

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phore English (eng) Bearer, carrier or conveyor.
phoresis English (eng) Delivery or movement of a substance by means of an agent.
electrophoresis English (eng) (analytical chemistry) a method for the separation and analysis of large molecules (such as proteins) by migrating a colloidal solution of them through a gel; gel electrophoresis. (electricity) the migration of electrically charged molecules through a medium under the influence of an electric field.
electrophorese English (eng) (biochemistry) To carry out electrophoresis on something.

Words with the same origin as electrophorese

Descendants of -phore
-phorous Europhoria Phosphorist anaphora anaphorically coelectrophoretic cystophorous electrophoresis euphoria exophora oophorous phosphor phosphorylase phosphorylation sarissophoroi semaphore symbiontophorous