Porges-Meier test

Por·ges-Mei·er test

(pōr'gez mī'ĕr),
an early flocculation test for syphilis; of significance in having introduced acetone-insoluble, alcohol-soluble fractions of tissue, and lecithin as antigens.
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Georg, German serologist, 1875–.
Porges-Meier test - see under Porges


Otto, Austrian bacteriologist, 1879-1968.
Porges method - a method of destroying the capsule of bacteria by heating with N/4 hydrochloric acid and neutralizing with NaOH.
Porges-Meier test - an early flocculation test for syphilis.
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