agarose

[ ah-guh-rohs, -rohz ]
/ ˈɑ gəˌroʊs, -ˌroʊz /

noun Chemistry.

a substance obtained from agar and used for chromatographic separations.

Origin of agarose

First recorded in 1965–70; agar + -ose2
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