serum neutralisation test

serum neutralisation test

A test in which a patient’s serum, which may contain a neutralising antibody and a microorganism of interest (e.g., an adenovirus or enterovirus), is either placed in a cell culture or injected into a host organism so as to evaluate levels of protective antibodies present within the serum.
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