azoprotein azoprotein az·o·pro·tein (āz’ō-prō’tēn’, -tē-ĭn, ā’zō-) n. any of various compounds formed by coupling proteins with diazonium compounds, often used as synthetic antigens.
- 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 quant-ty 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 inst-tution bence jones i hope the gaseous oxide of azote […]
noun (pathol) a less common name for uraemia