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immunoblot

[ ĭmyə-nō-blŏt′, ĭ-myōō- ]
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n.

A laboratory procedure, such as Western blot analysis, in which proteins that have been separated by electrophoresis are transferred onto nitrocellulose sheets and are identified by their reaction with labeled antibodies.

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