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zy·mo·gram

(zī'mō-gram),
Strips of paper, gels, etc., in which the locations of enzymes, separated electrophoretically or by other means, are demonstrated by histochemical methods.
[zymo- + G. gramma, something written]

zymogram

(zī′mə-grăm′)
n.
A strip or band of electrophoretic medium showing the pattern of enzymes or isoenzymes after their separation by electrophoresis.

zymogram

(zī′mō-grăm)
An electrophoretic graph of the separation of the enzymes in a solution.
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