Serum

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Serum may refer to:

Biology[edit]

  • Serum (blood), plasma from which the clotting proteins have been removed
    • Antiserum, blood serum with specific antibodies for passive immunity
  • Serous fluid, any clear bodily fluid
  • Any drug derived from an animal's blood or serous fluid
  • Truth serum, a general term for sedative drug or unspecified drug that is likely to make people tell truth or divulge information
  • A buzzword for lotion in the cosmetics market

People[edit]

  • Gary Serum (born 1956), retired Major League Baseball pitcher

See also[edit]