seropositive

seropositive

[seer-oh-poz-i-tiv]
adjective Medicine/Medical.
showing a significant level of serum antibodies, or other immunologic marker in the serum, indicating previous exposure to the infectious agent being tested.

Origin:
1930–35; sero- + positive

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seropositive (ˌsɪərəʊˈpɔzɪtɪv)
 
adj
(of a person whose blood has been tested for a specific disease, such as AIDS) showing a serological reaction indicating the presence of the disease

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seropositive se·ro·pos·i·tive (sēr'ō-pŏz'ĭ-tĭv)
adj.
Having a positive reaction to a serological test for a disease; exhibiting seroconversion.

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