(sĭ-rŏlʹə-jē) noun. plural serologies. The science that deals with the properties and reactions of serums, especially blood serum, serologi
(sĭ-rōʹsə, -zə) noun. plural serosas or serosae (-sē, -zē). A serous membrane, especially one that lines the pericardial, pleural, and peritoneal cavities, enclosing their contents, serosa
(sîr´ō-thĕrʹə-pē) noun. plural serotherapies. Treatment of disease by administration of a serum obtained from an immunized animal, seroterapi
(sĕr´ə-tōʹnĭn, sîr´-) noun. An organic compound, C10H12N2O, formed from tryptophan and found in animal and human tissue, especially the brain, blood serum, and gastric mucous membranes, and active in vasoconstriction, stimulation of the smooth muscles, transmission of impulses between nerve cells, and regulation of cyclic body processes, serotonin
(sîrʹə-tīp´, sĕrʹ-) noun. A group of closely related microorganisms distinguished by a characteristic set of antigens, serotip
(sîrʹəs) adjective. Containing, secreting, or resembling serum, serum.
serous fluid (sîrʹəs flʹĭd) noun. Any of various body fluids resembling serum, especially lymph, bendalir serum.
serous gland noun. kelenjar serum.