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Synonyms for blot

Synonyms for blot

Synonyms for blot

an act that brings discredit to the person who does it

dry (ink) with blotting paper

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Blot it with cool water and a clean cloth -- or, in a pinch, even your own saliva, which works as a mild, enzyme-based cleaner.
X-ray film remains the most widely accepted and commonly used detection technique for visualizing chemiluminescent blots, which are the most popular type of western blot.
Unfortunately, this study was not able to determine the performance of tests in detecting seroconversion, as clinical information of the patients was not obtained; however, the superiority of Western blot for such determinations has been reported.
The ECHO invited top design experts help us to draw up the blot spot list which contains buildings in and around Liverpool's Heritage site.
Fletcher also filled the gallery's back room with simpler works from the last two years: Matte paint blots out the backgrounds of photographs to make images of playing children, smiling adults, or a bunch of oranges seem to float.
Deep-fry until golden brown and blot with paper towels.
Three options for supplemental testing of specimens remain: the Genetic Systems Western blot kit (Biorad Laboratories Inc.
The Cambridge kit is one of two HIV-1 Western blot (WB) kits licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for supplemental testing of serum, plasma, and dried whole-blood spot specimens obtained for medical diagnosis or blood and plasma donor screening.
Repeat HIV serologic testing showed a positive HIV enzyme immunoassay and a positive Western blot with bands at gp120, gp160, and p24.
The most often used confirmatory test is the Western blot.
12] Kashima et al found two cases of HPV in tonsillar carcinoma, including subtype 13 in one, via the reverse blot method.
Seropositivity on conventional enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA), and even some Western blot assays, may be a false-positive result--the product of an immune response to the vaccine rather than Borrelia burgdorferi, the spirochete that causes Lyme disease.
This study reports the development of an adaptation for the RPA which allows accurate quantitative analysis of large numbers of mRNA samples by replacing PAGE with direct application of the digested sample onto the hybridization membrane by way of a slot blot.
Blot of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Bethesda, Md.