Pronunciation: im′yū-nō-blot′, im′yū-nō-blot′ing
1. Process by which antigens can be separated by electrophoresis and allowed to adhere to nitrocellulose sheets where they bind nonspecifically and then are subsequently identified by staining with appropriately labeled antibodies.
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