azoprotein

az·o·pro·tein

(az'ō-prō'tēn),
Any modified proteins produced by treatment with diazonium derivatives of various aromatic amines; used to elicit antibody formation and demonstrate antibody specificity.

azoprotein

[ā′zōpro′tēn]
a protein coupled to another substance through a diazo (─N═N─) linkage. Azoproteins are often used in immunochemical procedures.

az·o·pro·tein

(ā'zō-prō'tēn)
Any of the modified proteins produced by treatment with diazonium derivatives of various aromatic amines; used to elicit antibody formation and demonstrate antibody specificity.