From Big Medical Encyclopedia

SUBLIMATE TEST (synonym: sulemovo-sedimentary reaction, Grinstedta reaction) — the coagulative test relating to group of reactions of Takat, being that at interaction of corrosive sublimate and sodium carbonate with blood serum the permanent opacification testimonial of quantitative and qualitative changes of serum proteins at various morbid conditions is formed (defeats of a parenchyma of a liver, a silicosis, a tuberculosilicosis, etc.) — see. Coagulative tests .