Definition of isolatable in English:



See isolate

‘Practices of knowing and being are not isolatable, but rather they are mutually implicated.’
  • ‘Large-scale over-expression and purification of the mutants resulted in comparable quantities of isolatable enzymes.’
  • ‘These cells form a well ordered, isolatable BB that is morphologically and compositionally comparable to those from the proximal tubule epithelial cell.’
  • ‘But many harms, wrongs, and injustices have no isolatable perpetrator; they result from the participation of millions of people and institutions.’
  • ‘In the paratactic flow of the passage, the pronoun ‘she’ is progressively distanced from a fixed and isolatable antecedent.’