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label

a paper or plastic attachment to a product, or part of the product's PACKAGING, which provides information about the product.
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The gels were stained with Coomassie brilliant blue, dried, and exposed to film (Kodak Biomax MR) for 2 to 30 days at -80[degrees]C, depending on the level of radioactive label present.
Using a radioactive label to localize such receptors, they found that numbers peak just when the brain is most malleable.
The immunoassay technique with a radioactive label immediately caught the imagination of many researchers and clinicians, and in the ensuing decade RIAs for new analytes were published at a rapid pace and variants of the method were rapidly developed.
The introduction of mass spectrometry has allowed the replacement of radioactive labels with stable isotopes, while the application of various sample fractionation techniques has allowed access to low-abundance proteins.

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