serum-fast

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serum-fast

 [se´rum-fast]
resistant to the effects of serum.
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se·rum-fast

(sē'rŭm-fast),
1. Pertaining to a serum in which there is little or no change in the titer of antibody, even under conditions of treatment or immunologic stimulation.
2. Resistant to the destructive effect of sera.
Synonym(s): serofast
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

se·rum-fast

(sēr'ŭm-fast)
1. Pertaining to a serum in which there is little or no change in the titer of antibody, even under conditions of treatment or immunologic stimulation.
2. Resistant to the destructive effect of sera.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Considering all together we could speculate if these ten samples are a serofast reaction from patients precociously treated.
Embora, na evolucao da sifilis tratada, o teste nao treponemico geralmente evolua para negativacao, alguns pacientes permanecem por toda a vida com titulos baixos (no VDRL, ate 1:2); sao os chamados serofasts, ou pacientes com memoria imunologica residual.