chemical symbol, sulfur; symbol for siemens and svedberg; [L.] semis (half); sight; [L.] signa (mark); [L.] sinister (left).
S phase see cell cycle.
in medical records, an abbreviation for subcutaneous.
a method for mapping precursor or mature mRNA to particular DNA sequences using the enzyme S1-nuclease.
an electrocardiographic abnormality in which S waves are present in leads I, II and III. It is associated with right ventricular enlargement involving the base of the heart or the ventricular outflow tract.
a breed of all-white, although cream is acceptable, dairy goat with prick ears and always polled.
|Sabin–Feldmann dye test|
a test which detects serum antibody against Toxoplasma gondii. In the presence of antibodies, live organisms are not stained with methylene blue. Called also methylene blue dye binding test.
1. a coat color pattern with black-tipped hairs on a light background. Seen in the German shepherd dog. 2. breed of fur rabbit that is dark sepia with paler underside in a dense, soft coat. There are two varieties, Siamese and Marten, the latter having white markings on the belly and legs.
|Sabouraud’s dextrose agar|
see Sabouraud’s dextrose agar.