wet lab (plural wet labs)
- A laboratory that is equipped with plumbing, ventilation, and equipment for performing physical experiments.
2011, Marcus Wohlsen, Biopunk: Solving Biotech's Biggest Problems in Kitchens and Garages, ISBN 1101476354:
- After it was over, his small trust fund was $12,500 smaller. But he now has a mobile wet lab he can take wherever someone had a big enough backyard and a good idea.
2013, Bruno Zuberbuhler, Stephen Tuft, & David Gartry, Corneal Surgery: Essential Techniques, ISBN 3642125026, page 135:
- In the USA, access to a wet lab is a prerequisite for training programmes in ophthalmology; in the UK this requirement is less explicit.
2013, Ashutosh Gupta & Thomas A. Henzinger, Computational Methods in Systems Biology, ISBN 3642407080:
- In the beginning, the analysis of the sectors was done by looking at the images of the colony at different time points and deciding if the sector-like patterns are similar to the ones in the wet lab.
wet lab (third-person singular simple present wet labs, present participle wet labbing, simple past and past participle wet labbed)
- To perform experiments that require a wet lab.