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This demonstrated the sound transduction through bone conduction behind the implant.
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Origin and Etymology of transduction
First Known Use: 1947See Words from the same year
Medical Definition of transduction
1: the action or process of converting something and especially energy or a message into another form
2: the transfer of genetic material from one organism (as a bacterium) to another by a genetic vector and especially a bacteriophage—compare transformation 2
transductional\-shnəl, -shən-əl\ adjective
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