seralbumin ser·al·bu·min (sēr’āl-byōō’mĭn)
A protein fraction of serum involved in maintaining osmotic pressure of the blood and used as a substitute for plasma in the treatment of shock. Also called blood albumin, serum albumin.
noun 1. an island in Indonesia, in the Moluccas, separated from New Guinea by the Ceram Sea: mountainous and densely forested. Area: 17 150 sq km (6622 sq miles) Also called Serang (səˈræŋ)
noun 1. Ceram.
noun 1. a blanketlike shawl or wrap, often of brightly colored wool, as worn in Latin America. noun 1. a blanket-like shawl often of brightly-coloured wool worn by men in Latin America 2. a large shawl worn around the shoulders by women as a fashion garment
noun, plural Serapeums, Serapea [ser-uh-pee-uh] /ˌsɛr əˈpi ə/ (Show IPA) 1. a place, as a burial site, building, or group of buildings, dedicated to Serapis.