hemadsorption

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hemadsorption

 [hem″ad-sorp´shun]
the adherence of red blood cells to other cells, particles, or surfaces. adj., adj hemadsor´bent.

he·mad·sorp·tion

(hē'mad-sōrp-shŭn, hem'ad-),
A phenomenon manifested by an agent or substance adhering to or being adsorbed on the surface of a red blood cell.

hem·ad·sorp·tion

(hēm'ad-sōrp'shŭn)
A phenomenon manifested by an agent or substance adhering to or being adsorbed on the surface of a red blood cell.
Synonym(s): haemadsorption.
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Routine examination for cytopathogenic effects using phase-contrast microscopy was performed following Hay's haemadsorption protocol (Hay, 1992).
Reservoirs of ASFV: a study of the ASFV in arthropods by means of the haemadsorption test.
Suspect colonies were identified by the biochemical and biological tests (Diene's staining, requirement for yeast extract, inhibition of growth by erythromycin 100[micro]g/ml, thallium acetate 0.05 per cent w/v, methylene blue 0.01 per cent w/v and lincomycin 200 [micro]g/ml, haemolysis, haemadsorption, production of acid from glucose and ammonia from arginine and urea and tetrazolium reduction (14)).