Definition of Serologies

1. serology [n] - See also: serology



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Serologies

serofast
serofibrinous
serofibrinous inflammation
serofibrinous pleurisy
serofibrous
serogroup
serogroups
serolin
serologic
serologic pipette
serologic test
serologic test for brucellosis
serologic tests
serological
serologically
serologies
serologist
serologists
serology
seroma
seromembranous
seromucoid
seromucous
seromucous cells
seromucous gland
seromyotomy
seron
seronegative
seronegativity
serons

Literary usage of Serologies

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1. Disease Prevention Through Immunization: Beginning Of Health Care Reform (2004)
"Of these 55, 37 (67 percent) had second serologies performed. Upon re-testing, 36 (97 percent) of ... Of these 17, second serologies were obtained for 9 ..."

2. West Nile Virus Outbreak: Lessons for Public Health Preparedness by Janet Heinrich (2000)
"... although CDC is reporting positive serologies on human samples, the NYS Department of Health has failed to obtain positive results for St. Louis ..."

3. Clinician's Handbook of Preventive Services: Put Prevention Into Practice by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Some causes of falsely reactive syphilis serologies are listed in Table 39-1. 3. Early in the course of syphilis, serology may be nonreactive. ..."

4. Diabetes in America by Ronald Aubert (1996)
"... that could be in linkage disequilibrium with diabetes gene(s) have been conducted. These include ABO and Rh blood groups, HLA serologies, and serum ..."

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