In article <3mhkbk$m3r at newsbf02.news.aol.com> susand4739 at aol.com (SusanD4739) writes:
>What is at titer. Something to do with antibodies, right? Or IFA's, or
>something. Tell me!
A titer is merely a term used to describe the concentratrion of a substance
in solution. It is usually expressed as a reciprocal and is commonly used
to describe a concentration of antibodies in serum. For example, if an
antibody dilution of 1:1000 gives a positive test and greater dilutions give
a negative test, the titer is 1000.
Hope this helps!
Francis K. Miller
P.O. Box 2586
USAF Academy, CO 80841
e-mail: MillerFK95%CS25 at cadetmail.usafa.af.mil