agglutin
, -at (L). Glued together

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  • agglutin — noun Any antibody that causes agglutination of cells …   Wiktionary

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  • agglutinant — /euh glooht n euhnt/, adj. 1. uniting, as glue; causing adhesion. n. 2. an agglutinating agent. [1675 85; < L agglutinant (s. of agglutinans, prp. of agglutinare), equiv. to agglutin (see AGGLUTINATE) + ant ANT] * * * …   Universalium

  • agglutinin — /euh glooht n in/, n. Immunol. an antibody that causes agglutination. [1895 1900; AGGLUTIN(ATE) + IN2] * * * ▪ biochemistry       substance that causes particles to congeal in a group or mass, particularly a typical antibody that occurs in the… …   Universalium

  • agglutinogen — agglutinogenic /ag loo tin euh jen ik, euh glooht n euh /, adj. /ag loo tin euh jeuhn, jen , euh glooht n euh /, n. Immunol. an antigen that causes the production of agglutinins. [1900 05; AGGLUTIN(ATE) + O + GEN] * * * …   Universalium

  • agglutinogène — [ aglytinɔʒɛn ] n. m. • 1904; du rad. de agglutiner et gène ♦ Physiol. Substance (antigène) située à la surface des globules rouges et qui provoque leur agglutination en présence de sérum contenant l anticorps (agglutinine) correspondant (cette… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • SICA — biomed. abbr. Schizont Infected Cell Agglutin …   United dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms

  • ag|glu|ti|nin — «uh GLOO tuh nihn», noun. an antibody that causes bacteria or blood cells to stick together in clumps. ╂[< agglutin(ate) + in] …   Useful english dictionary

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