Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A strip or band of electrophoretic medium showing the pattern of enzymes or isoenzymes after their separation by electrophoresis.

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  • noun biochemistry, genetics A strip of electrophoretic material on which enzymes are visibly separated through histochemical methods (eg by zone electrophoresis).

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[(en)zyme + –gram.]

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From zymo- + -gram.

Examples

  • This analysis confirmed that both the inhibitor cocktail and E-64 alone or in combination with either DIC or phenanthroline reduced the activity of cysteine proteases to undetectable levels as defined by the sensitivity of our zymogram assays (

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  • This analysis confirmed that both the inhibitor cocktail and E-64 alone or in combination with either DIC or phenanthroline reduced the activity of cysteine proteases to undetectable levels as defined by the sensitivity of our zymogram assays (

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  • This analysis confirmed that both the inhibitor cocktail and E-64 alone or in combination with either DIC or phenanthroline reduced the activity of cysteine proteases to undetectable levels as defined by the sensitivity of our zymogram assays (

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