serovaccination se·ro·vac·ci·na·tion (sēr’ō-vāk’sə-nā’shən)
A process for producing mixed immunity by administering an injection of a serum as well as a vaccine of a modified or killed culture.
serovar se·ro·var (sēr’ō-vâr’, -vār’) n. A group of closely related microorganisms distinguished by a characteristic set of antigens. Also called serotype.
noun 1. a goat antelope of the genus Capricornis, of eastern Asia, related to the goral: the Sumatran serow is endangered. noun 1. either of two antelopes, Capricornis sumatraensis and C. crispus, of mountainous regions of S and SE Asia, having a dark coat and conical backward-pointing horns
noun 1. trademark a drug that prolongs the action of serotonin in the brain; used to treat depression and social anxiety
noun 1. search-engine results page: a Web page that is generated by a search engine to display the results of a query or search. noun an acronym for search engine results page, used in online marketing, esp. in the context of search engine optimization Examples SERP are the web pages returned by a search engine […]