seroreaction

seroreaction

 [se″ro-re-ak´shun]
a reaction demonstrating a specific antibody or antigen in serum.

seroreaction

/se·ro·re·ac·tion/ (sēr″o-re-ak´shun) a reaction occurring in serum or as a result of the action of a serum.

seroreaction

(sē″rō-rē-ăk′shŭn) [″ + ″]
1. Any reaction taking place in or involving serum.
2. A reaction to an injection of serum marked by rash, fever, pain, arthralgia, or arthritis.

seroreaction

any reaction taking place in serum, or as a result of the action of a serum.
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