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n combining form
indicating a transmissionelectrophoresis
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Word Origin for -phoresis

from Greek phorēsīs being carried, from pherein to bear

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Medical definitions for -phoresis (1 of 2)

phoresis
[ fə-rēsĭs, fôrĭ- ]

n.
electrophoresis

Medical definitions for -phoresis (2 of 2)

-phoresis

suff.
Transmission:electrophoresis.
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