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  • adjective Of or pertaining to serology

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  • adjective of or relating to serology


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  • May 7 -- More than 80\% of the cases of West Nile virus that tested positive in 2008 with a now-recalled serological test kit have not been confirmed with retesting. - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • During his subsequent appeals, his defense team repeatedly sought any "serological" evidence so that it could be tested to determine whether or not it matched Gary's DNA. Breaking News

  • The Henle's laboratory was deeply interested in the newly discovered Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), and the whole team was actively engaged in developing serological tests for this virus and in studying its epidemiology.

    Harald zur Hausen - Autobiography

  • The biopsies also included material from nasopharyngeal carcinomas, where serological assays also suggested an involvement of EBV infections.

    Harald zur Hausen - Autobiography

  • For instance, 64% of 63 persons exposed to humans infected with H7N7 avian influenza virus had serological evidence of H7N7 infection following the 2003 Netherlands avian influenza outbreak in poultry.

    David Kirby: Swine Flu Outbreak -- Nature Biting Back at Industrial Animal Production?

  • Different serological re flect mitolactol its initial mitomalcin disease.

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  • I'll say Hi Mrs. Jones, listen, I am really sorry but although I said originally I didn't want to do any bloodwork, I was so worried about Fluffy that I went ahead and contacted Dr. Big Important Expert, and he sent me some newly obtained and as-yet-unpublished information, and I've decided Fluffy might have Yada Yada syndrome, which is diagnosed by serological assay.

    Owning Up

  • He said the latest study was based on a new methodology called Starhs (serological testing algorithm for recent HIV seroconversion), which uses a novel blood test known as BED to sample antibody patterns made by newly infected people.

    CDC Criticized for Delays in Release of AIDS Data

  • These data were analyzed using a new method, euphoniously labeled the serological testing algorithm for recent HIV seroconversion (STARHS).

    Harold Pollack: News About This HIV Thing, When We're Done Discussing the Governor's Cool Eyeglasses

  • Yes, more than 20 states have passed such requirements – children entering child care and school must have a history of chickenpox, serological blood evidence of immunity or evidence of receiving chickenpox vaccine: Many other states are in the process of enacting such requirements



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