In addition to these distinctions there is, according to Garrod, the crucial test of an excess of urates in the blood-serum.
Gruber and Durham first used the term agglutination in this connection and called the substance in the blood-serum agglutinin.
He also made experiments to ascertain whether the blood-serum of these animals acted as an antidote to the venom.
The bactericidal power of blood-serum from both alcohol-drinking and non-drinking persons was determined by some experiments.
On admission to this hospital the patient was in excellent health physically; Wassermann reaction with the blood-serum negative.
blood-serum and milk-serum which have been carefully filtered through a porcelain candle.
Paraglobulin, par-a-glob′ū-lin, n. a globulin found in blood-serum, fibrino-plastin.
It is alkaline in reaction, but is much less alkaline than blood-serum.
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Blood plasma from which the protein fibrinogen, which causes clotting of the blood, has been removed.