azoprotein az·o·pro·tein (āz’ō-prō’tēn’, -tē-ĭn, ā’zō-)
Any of various compounds formed by coupling proteins with diazonium compounds, often used as synthetic antigens.
a group of islands in the N Atlantic, W of Portugal: politically part of Portugal. 890 sq. mi. (2305 sq. km). Historical Examples The consumption of this Article at Madeira and the Azores does not exceed 740,000 cwt. The History of the Revolutions of Portugal Abb Vertot The Azores ought, too, to have shown more […]
- Azores high
a subtropical high centered near the Azores.
(José Martínez Ruiz) 1873–1967, Spanish novelist and critic. noun real name José Martínez Ruiz. 1874–1967, Spanish writer: noted for his stories of the Spanish countryside
nitrogen. Historical Examples The ammonia being now let up, will cause a reaction, and evolve a quantity of azote, equivalent to the chlorine present. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines Andrew Ure The gaseous oxide of azote is perfectly respirable when pure. The Royal Institution Bence Jones I hope the gaseous oxide of azote […]