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Blotter

A book or computer program (more commonly the latter) where a brokerage records all trades on a trading day to which it is a party. The blotter records all relevant details of each trade, such as whether the brokerage bought or sold shares, how many, what price, what time, and so forth. The blotter also indicates whether or not the trade settled as appropriate.

blotter

An accounting book of original entry used in the back office of brokerage firms for recording clearings, fails, trades, and so forth.
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If a chocolate stain remains, blot with a solution of 1 teaspoon of colorless enzyme detergent (such as Tide Free & Gentle) and a cup of warm water.
Yet one major challenge of x-ray film is saturation; it's easily saturated by chemiluminescent signals from the blot, which precludes quantitation.
It is recommended that serological monitoring be performed consistently using the same manufacturer's test, and that confirmation of results from ECLIA should rely on methods such as Western blot or Sabin-Feldman dye test rather than on alternative automated assays.
Incubate blot with secondary antibody, which is usually diluted ~1:3000 in blocking buffer, for 1 h at room temperature in the dark.
Hours after we launched the public vote, one of the five buildings on the top of the blots list started being pulled down, while another has been potentially earmarked for demolition.
If the Cambridge Biotech HIV-1 Western blot kit is unavailable, three options exist for supplemental testing to detect HIV antibodies using manufactured test kits approved by FDA:
A later Western blot was indeterminate, with bands at p24 and p55.
The Western blot is somewhat similar, but uses an electrical field that separates out the various components by their molecular weight.
False negatives in this study were excluded by subsequent analysis with the Southern blot technique.
They compared the effectiveness of a commercial dot blot test manufactured by the San Diego-based company, GenBio, with a self-conducted Western blot; a commercial Western blot immunoassay manufactured by Immunetics in Cambridge, Mass.
Instead, a slot blot using a 48-slot vacuum manifold (Bio-Rad Laboratories, Hercules, CA) was performed.
Today, LI-COR([R]) Biosciences continues to demonstrate its position as a leader in laboratory instrument systems as it announces the launch of the C-DiGit[TM] Blot Scanner.