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Western blot

noun West·ern blot \ˌwes-tərn-ˈblät\

Definition of WESTERN BLOT

:  a blot consisting of a sheet of cellulose nitrate or nylon that contains spots of protein for identification by a suitable molecular probe and is used especially for the detection of antibodies—compare northern blot, southern blot
Western blot·ting \-ˈblät-iŋ\ noun
March 29, 2015
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