immunostaining

immunostaining
im·mu·no·stain·ing -.stā-niŋ n the staining of a specific substance by using an antibody against it which is complexed with a staining medium (as horseradish peroxidase)
im·mu·no·stain -.stān vt

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im·mu·no·stain·ing (im″u-no-stānґing) the use of antibody labeled with a compound visible by light, fluorescence, or electron microscopy to identify tissue or cellular constituents by the antigens (markers) expressed.

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