negative staining technique

negative staining technique
метод фонового окрашивания

gaming technique — игровой метод

replica technique — метод реплик

locus technique — метод годографа

matrix technique — матричный метод

scan technique — метод сканирования

English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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