polyacrylamide


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pol·y·a·cryl·a·mide

(pol'ē-ă-kril'ă-mīd),
A branched polymer of acrylamide (H2C=CHCONH2) that is used in gel electrophoresis; for example, R-CH2-CH(CONH2)-CH(CONHR)CH(CONHR')-R".

polyacrylamide

[-akril′əmīd]
a polymer of acrylamide and, usually, some cross-linking derivative.
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