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blotter

Drug slang
A regional term for LSD, less commonly for cocaine, soaked into blotting paper.
 
Molecular biology
A person who performs Southern, Northern or Western blots.
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Some alternatives look beyond the cop shop to fill blotters. Since November, Washington (D.C.) City Paper has published a feature called "Hall Monitor," verbatim "incident reports" from the D.C.
When PCR amplification of the AG[U.sub.Fin] mutation site was applied to untreated DBS specimens collected on various membranes, the PCR mixtures became deep brown because of the elution of heme and its degradation products from the filter blotters, and the OLA reaction was successful for only 30 of 50 of these samples.
Change the blotters daily for the first two days, then twice a week until plants are dry.
The Seal-On Blotters release m * doc on contact with the blood to form a soft, gel-like layer over the wound to quickly quell the bleeding.
blotters, try-on[R] blotters, and flower petals all offered in a wide
When a validation of 2012 crime statistics in police blotters in Metro Manila was conducted by the Philippine National Police, it appeared that only 45 percent of the crime incidents were reflected in the Ucper.
THESE Seal-On blotters are an alternative to plasters and a must have product to keep in the bathroom for shaving nicks.
This survey approach, of asking a statistical sample of people if their families have been victimized, gives crime rates very much higher-and I think more realistic-than the official crime rates from police blotters.