Disruption of cells or DNA molecules by high frequency sound waves.

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  • sonication — noun see sonicate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • sonication — noun The process of disrupting or homogenizing something, usually a chemical solution or biological medium, with sound waves. See Also: sonicate …   Wiktionary

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