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Synonyms for serum

Synonyms for serum

an amber, watery fluid, rich in proteins, that separates out when blood coagulates

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Horse and goat immune sera were used for therapy of human tularemia as recently as the 1940s, with efficacy reported in selected patient groups (49).
Based on client/server technology, the Unisys Publishing Solutions will provide Corriere della Sera and La Gazzetta dello Sport a highly integrated and flexible publishing system that will give journalists, editors and production staff better control over the entire production process.
Serological titres to Leptospira fainei serovar hurstbridge in human sera in Australia.
Seven of our sera were antibody positive to both the HGE agent and at least one other rickettsial agent or B.
La mer sera agitee sur le nord et peu agitee sur les cotes Est.
The serum total 25(OH)D concentration of all 4 participants' unspiked sera as measured by immunoassay was higher than the equivalent measured by LC-MS/MS (by 2.
Now a computer programmer, Sera reactivated his youthful hobby several years ago, and located his former teacher on the Internet in November.
They discovered that the various viruses, though almost identical, varied considerably in the degree to which the sera could neutralize them.
Helen Nasser has been promoted into the operational role of Executive Vice President of Life Sera - the plasma collection division and the largest business unit in Life Therapeutics.
Le temps sera localement brumeux samedi 29 Mars 2014 au matin.
Bovine sera and donor calf serum were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich and MP Biomedicals.
1) conducted a study on sequence analysis of a partial rompB gene amplified from sera of humans who were seropositive for spotted fever group (SFG) and typhus group rickettsioses.
2004) investigated polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in human sera collected in the United States between 1988 and 2002.
com/reports/c39059) has announced the addition of Cell Culture: Media, Sera, and Reagents to their offering