It is even possible to have the roof fall out of the mouth from gummatous changes and the Wassermann test yet be negative.
The theory that marriages should be made in the laboratory; the Wassermann test for love.
Wassermann from the Customs House came down too, his galoshes leaving a long dragging trail in the dry sand.
There were no symptoms of any kind and the Wassermann test was negative.
Imagine estimating philosophers by their chest expansions, their blood pressures, their Wassermann reactions!
The salt used by Wassermann is not stated in his original publication.
Three men—Wassermann, Ehrlich, and Noguchi—have supplied the knowledge whereby the evil may be attacked.
Down in the office there sat Old Poulsen at one window and Wassermann himself at the other.
If man would pace his paces toward the Wassermann test, that likely is distinctively his material business.
One, two or more Wassermann tests should be made to settle the question definitely.
test for syphillis, 1909, from German bacteriorologist August Paul Wassermann (1866-1925), who devised it in 1906.
Wassermann Was·ser·mann (wä'sər-mən, vä'sər-män'), August von. 1866-1925.
German physician who developed the Wasserman test for the detection of syphilis.