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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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... regarding melioidosis in Borneo, Malaysia and some other peninsular Malaysia state. We done PCR, PFGE and coming soon is to try to implement the Haemagglutination technique to observe and detect it in patient of their serum sample. I'm ready and prepare myself for doing "master study' in ...

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