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any laboratory test involving serologic reactions, such as precipitin reaction, agglutination, or complement fixation, especially any such test measuring serum antibody titer.
Etymology: L, serum, whey, testum, crucible
any diagnostic test made with serum.
serologic testLab medicine A test that measures components–eg, antibodies, complement, and reactions–eg, complement fixation, agglutination, precipitation, etc, that reflect immune status, especially antibody titers. See Seroconversion.
se·ro·lo·gic test(sēr'ŏ-loj'ik test)
Any diagnostic test based on detection of an antibody or antigen.
se·ro·lo·gic test(sēr'ō-loj'ik test)
Any diagnostic test in which serum (blood) is used.