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.

hemadsorption

/he·mad·sorp·tion/ (hem″ad-sorp´shun) the adherence of red cells to other cells, particles, or surfaces.hemadsor´bent

hemadsorption

[hē′madsôrp′shən, hem′-]
Etymology: Gk, haima, blood; L, ad to, sorbere, to swallow
the adherence of red blood cells to other cells or surfaces; a process in which a substance or an agent, such as certain viruses and bacilli, adheres to the surface of an erythrocyte. The process occurs naturally, or it may be induced for laboratory identification of bacteriological specimens.

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.

hemadsorption

the adherence of red cells to other cells, particles or surfaces. Hemadsorption and hemadsorption inhibition are used for the assay of some viruses and their specific antibodies, e.g. paramyxovirus.
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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.
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)).