branch, the father of Nahor (Gen. 11:20-23); called Saruch in Luke 3:35.
noun, plural serums, sera [seer-uh] /ˈsɪər ə/ (Show IPA) 1. the clear, pale-yellow liquid that separates from the clot in the coagulation of blood; blood serum. 2. immune serum. 3. any watery animal fluid. 4. the thin, clear part of the fluid of plants. 5. milk whey. noun (pl) -rums, -ra (-rə) 1. See blood […]
- Serum accelerator
serum accelerator n. See factor VII.
- Serum accelerator globulin
serum accelerator globulin or accelerator globulin n. See factor VII.
- Serum agglutinin
serum agglutinin n. An antibody that coats bacteria or Rh-positive red blood cells, preventing them from agglutinating when suspended in saline. Also called incomplete antibody.