Kleinschmidt spread

Kleinschmidt spread

[′klīn‚shmit ‚spred]
(cell and molecular biology)
A visualization technique for electron microscopy in which molecules are mounted in a positively charged protein monolayer, which is spread on the surface of water, and then are transferred to a hydrophobic grid.
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