agarose
noun Date: 1964 a polysaccharide obtained from agar and used especially as a supporting medium in gel electrophoresis

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  • agarose — A galactan polymer purified from agar that forms a rigid gel with high free water content. Primarily used as an electrophoretic support for separation of macromolecules. Stabilized derivatives are used as ‘macroporous’ supports in affinity… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • agarose — /ah geuh rohs , rohz /, n. Chem. a substance obtained from agar and used for chromatographic separations. [1965 70; AGAR + OSE2] * * * …   Universalium

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  • Agarose — Aga|ro|se die; <zu 2↑...ose> ein ↑Polysaccharid, Bestandteil des Agar Agars …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • agarose —    The neutral gelling fraction of agar commonly used in gel electrophoresis …   Forensic science glossary

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