Abell-Kendall method

bəl-kĕndl]

n.

A method for estimating total serum cholesterol without interference from bilirubin, protein, and hemoglobin.

Nearby words

  1. aciculate,
  2. aciculum,
  3. acid,
  4. acid anhydride,
  5. acid cell,
  6. acid drop,
  7. acid dust,
  8. acid dye,
  9. acid fuchsin,
  10. acid halide


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