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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of serology

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of serology:
/sɛɹɑləd͡ʒi/

Derived Form of serology

noun
plural: serologies
Noun
1
the branch of medical science that deals with serums; especially with blood serums and disease
Type ofmedical science,
See alsoserological,

serology on Youtube

  1. >> Anne Schuchat: Yes serology is a big topic. So the - there's the use of serology for the
  2. there he studied bacteriology and serology which is the the study of blood
  3. if we could do a serology, or a testing method to find antibodies in someone to the SARS2
  4. We're not yet doing serology tests.
  5. talked about a serology test, something promising
  6. Where are we on a serology test?
  7. or you've had it after a week or two the serology tests you talked about then
  8. WE HAVE SOMETHING LIKE THAT SEROLOGY TEST.
  9. SEROLOGY TEST. >> DR. HAMLIN, THE PRESIDENT HAS
  10. So that's a pretty powerful way of using 2 different tests, the RNA test and the serology antibody tests together,
  11. YOU IF YOU HAVE IT NOW, ANTIBODY-BASED SEROLOGY TELLS
  12. ANTIBODY-BASED SEROLOGY TELLS YOU FROM YOUR BLOOD IF YOUVE
  13. JUDGE JEANINE: LETS TALK ABOUT THE SEROLOGY TEST, THE BLOOD
  14. THE SEROLOGY TEST, THE BLOOD TEST.
  15. OTHER TWO TESTS? >> THE BLOOD TEST, THE SEROLOGY
  16. >> THE BLOOD TEST, THE SEROLOGY TEST IS THE ANTIBODY TEST.
  17. very focused on, is getting serology testing
  18. FOR SURVEILLANCE AND CERTAINLY ALSO SEROLOGY TESTING THAT WE
  19. ALSO SEROLOGY TESTING THAT WE TALKED ABOUT AND I THINK THE
  20. In order to do serology testing, which may be what you're talking b there's a couple