Haemagglutination

Haemagglutination

(Science: haematology) agglutination of red blood cells, often used to test for the presence of antibodies directed against red cell surface antigens or carbohydrate binding proteins or viruses in a solution. Requires that the agglutinin has at least two binding sites. Agglutination of red blood cells.The clumping together of red blood cells.


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