se•ro•typePronunciation: (sēr'u-tīp", ser'-), [key]
—n., v., -typed, -typ•ing.
a group of organisms, microorganisms, or cells distinguished by their shared specific antigens as determined by serologic testing.
the set of antigens that characterizes the group.
to classify by serotype.
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