panagglutinable

pan·ag·glu·ti·na·ble

(pan'ă-glū'ti-nă-bĕl),
Agglutinable with all types of human serum; denoting erythrocytes having this property.

panagglutinable

[pan′əglo̅o̅′tinəbəl]
pertaining to red blood cells that are agglutinable by the sera of all blood groups of the same species.

panagglutinable

(păn″ă-gloo′tĭ-nă-b'l) [Gr. pan, all, + L. agglutinare, to glue to]
Referring to blood cells that are agglutinable by every blood group serum of the species.