Serology is the scientific study of the properties of blood and other bodily fluids. It is used to diagnose and monitor diseases and infections, as well as to identify donors and recipients of organ and blood transfusions. Serology techniques involve the use of laboratory tests to identify and analyze the presence of antibodies and antigens in blood and other bodily fluids. The results of serology tests can provide information about the cause of an illness, the effectiveness of treatments, and the progress of a condition. Serology is a powerful tool to help diagnose, monitor, and manage diseases and infections.

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