American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A technique for identifying specific antibodies or proteins in which proteins are separated by electrophoresis, transferred to nitrocellulose, and reacted with antibody.
- Playful coinage after Southern blot analysis. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“There were also the Monopods, the cyclops, the centaurs, men with eyes in their torsos, full hermpaphrodites, and so on.”
“And, of course, the Monopods went with them, bouncing like footballs and agreeing with one another in loud voices till Eustace said, "I wish the Magician would make them inaudible instead of invisible.”
“So you are, to be sure, so you are," said the Monopods.”
“He had his little coracle lowered and paddled himself about in it till the Monopods were thoroughly interested.”
“Here the earth was shaking with the jumps and the air ringing with the shouts of the Monopods.”
“But the Monopods seemed perfectly contented, and she decided that on the whole the conversation had been a success.”
“Hear 'em both, hear 'em both," said the Monopods.”
“The Duffers were also very pleased with their new name of Monopods, which seemed to them a magnificent name though they never got it right.”
“Monopods work very well but are a pain in the ass when on the move.”
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