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  • adv. With respect to the analysis of blood.

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Examples

  • As of September 3, 10 horses on three premises have been identified as serologically positive for equine piroplasmosis.

    TheHorse.com News

  • I started to work eagerly on the induction of specific chromosomal aberrations in adenovirus type 12-infected human cells, simultaneously studying a DNA-replication disturbance of individual chromosomes in human lymphoblastoid and lymphoma cell lines, and, to please my mentor, I demonstrated electron microscopically the presence of EBV particles directly in individual serologically antigen-positive Burkitt's lymphoma cells.

    Harald zur Hausen - Autobiography

  • During well-matched years, clinical trials have shown VE between 70% and 90% for inactivated influenza vaccines in the prevention of serologically confirmed influenza infection among healthy adults.

    Linda Bergthold: Bill Maher is wrong about the swine flu

  • Human Genome Sciences said a full analysis of Phase II data on experimental lupus treatment LymphoStat B showed that the drug significantly reduced the activity of the disease in patients with SLE, or serologically active systemic lupus erythematosus.

    Human Genome Shares Appear 'Modestly Undervalued'

  • There are gene duplications in the HLA region that contribute to serologically defined allelic diversity.

    Watch out... It's the Creationist Patrol! - The Panda's Thumb

  • Burnet isolated a strain of poliovirus from a case which he showed was serologically unrelated to the Flexner strain; this was the first indication that there was more than one serotype of poliovirus.

    The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

  • Although Lyme disease can be identified serologically, diagnosis is often difficult, and many cases of Lyme disease go unidentified for years.

    The Population of the United States

  • - Confirm the diagnosis serologically (rising titres).

    Chapter 13

  • A final interest, developed jointly with Dr. Marianna Cherry during my last few years at the Jackson Laboratory, concerned serologically demonstrable alloantigens of lymphocytes.

    George D. Snell - Autobiography

  • This virus was serologically and antigenically distinct from the other previously known APMV serotypes and serves as the prototype virus for this serotype.

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