serological blood test

serological blood test
A blood test to determine type or group, of a special value in cases of disputed paternity because, although it cannot indicate with precision that a particular person is the father of the child whose paternity is in issue, in many instances it can establish that an alleged father could not have been the sire. Anno: 46 ALR2d 1003, § 1(b).

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