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se·ro·con·ver·sion

 (sîr′ō-kən-vûr′zhən)
n.
Development of antibodies in blood serum as a result of infection or immunization.

se′ro·con·vert′ (-vûrt′) v.
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seroconvert

(ˌsɪərəʊkənˈvɜːt)
vb
(Biochemistry) (intr) (of an individual) to produce antibodies specific to, and in response to the presence in the blood of, a particular antigen, such as a virus or vaccine
ˌseroconˈversion n
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seroconvert


Past participle: seroconverted
Gerund: seroconverting

Imperative
seroconvert
seroconvert
Present
I seroconvert
you seroconvert
he/she/it seroconverts
we seroconvert
you seroconvert
they seroconvert
Preterite
I seroconverted
you seroconverted
he/she/it seroconverted
we seroconverted
you seroconverted
they seroconverted
Present Continuous
I am seroconverting
you are seroconverting
he/she/it is seroconverting
we are seroconverting
you are seroconverting
they are seroconverting
Present Perfect
I have seroconverted
you have seroconverted
he/she/it has seroconverted
we have seroconverted
you have seroconverted
they have seroconverted
Past Continuous
I was seroconverting
you were seroconverting
he/she/it was seroconverting
we were seroconverting
you were seroconverting
they were seroconverting
Past Perfect
I had seroconverted
you had seroconverted
he/she/it had seroconverted
we had seroconverted
you had seroconverted
they had seroconverted
Future
I will seroconvert
you will seroconvert
he/she/it will seroconvert
we will seroconvert
you will seroconvert
they will seroconvert
Future Perfect
I will have seroconverted
you will have seroconverted
he/she/it will have seroconverted
we will have seroconverted
you will have seroconverted
they will have seroconverted
Future Continuous
I will be seroconverting
you will be seroconverting
he/she/it will be seroconverting
we will be seroconverting
you will be seroconverting
they will be seroconverting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been seroconverting
you have been seroconverting
he/she/it has been seroconverting
we have been seroconverting
you have been seroconverting
they have been seroconverting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been seroconverting
you will have been seroconverting
he/she/it will have been seroconverting
we will have been seroconverting
you will have been seroconverting
they will have been seroconverting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been seroconverting
you had been seroconverting
he/she/it had been seroconverting
we had been seroconverting
you had been seroconverting
they had been seroconverting
Conditional
I would seroconvert
you would seroconvert
he/she/it would seroconvert
we would seroconvert
you would seroconvert
they would seroconvert
Past Conditional
I would have seroconverted
you would have seroconverted
he/she/it would have seroconverted
we would have seroconverted
you would have seroconverted
they would have seroconverted
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This will ensure women who seroconvert and become HIV positive later in the pregnancy receive appropriate treatment.'
Studies published after 1991 report a variation in the proportion of preterm infants weighing <2000 g at birth who seroconvert, which range from 55% to 100%.
A few children in both groups didn't seroconvert (i.e., develop protective antibody levels) but the levels were not statistically different.
Most patients seroconvert to positive HIV serology within four to 10 weeks after exposure using newer diagnostic tests, and [greater than or equal to]95% seroconvert within six months.
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With respect to the HIV advocates and leaders in the prevention community who contributed to the article, I think it is a gross oversimplification to state that the practice of engaging in unprotected sex (anal or otherwise) is due to a need to seroconvert and get it over with, due to being part of a "down-low" mentality, or due to discomfort with condoms.
People who seroconvert now are viewed with suspicion.
And--contrary to popular stereotypes--the data the scientists reviewed consistently showed that men over age 25 were more likely to seroconvert than those under 25.
ATLANTA -- Women with Lyme disease display more clinical symptoms than do men with the disease and also are less likely to seroconvert following treatment, according to findings from a prospective cohort study involving 77 patients.
In the HerpeSelect tests, individuals who were seronegative before may take up to 3 weeks to seroconvert. In the old tests, IgG and IgM titers could be used to distinguish an old infection from a new one, he said.
These blood bankers were surprised to discover that too many of their employees failed to seroconvert following vaccination for HBV.
ATLANTA--Women with Lyme disease display more clinical symptoms than do men with the disease and also are less likely to seroconvert following treatment, according to findings from a prospective cohort study involving 77 patients.