Heller test

Heller test

(hel'er)
[Johann F. Heller, Austrian pathologist, 1813–1871]
A test formerly used for the presence of albumin in urine. It has been replaced by immunochemical, immunoelectrophoretic, and nephelometric tests.
See: urine
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In sum, the Heller test is that the Second Amendment protects possession of firearms that are commonly possessed by law-abiding persons for lawful purposes.