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Mixed agglutination

mixed agglutination --> mixed agglutination reaction

immune agglutination in which the aggregates contain cells of two different kinds but with common antigenic determinants; when used to identify isoantigens, the test cells are exposed to appropriate isoantibody, washed, and then mixed with indicator erythrocytes that combine with free sites on the test cell-attached isoantibody.

Synonym: mixed agglutination.

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Binding proteins to cytoplasmic surface of cellular membrane

... of inside-out vesicles, its suggested that you pass the preparation of mixed vesicles over an affinity column. There is an affinity column made ... They thereby change the physiology of the membrane and can cause agglutination, or clumping together of cells or particles. I also know that ...

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by havery01
Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:00 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Binding proteins to cytoplasmic surface of cellular membrane
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