bovine serum albumin


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bo·vine se·rum al·bu·min (BSA),

a source of albumin commonly used during in vitro biologic studies.

bo·vine se·rum al·bu·min

(BSA) (bō'vīn sēr'ŭm al-bū'min)
A source of albumin commonly used in in vitro biologic studies.
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