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hemagglutinate

(hē′mə-glo͞ot′n-āt′)
tr.v. hemaggluti·nated, hemaggluti·nating, hemaggluti·nates
To cause agglutination of red blood cells.

he′mag·glu′ti·na′tion n.
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(a) HEK-293T cells grown in 24-well plates were transfected with 1 [micro]g plasmid encoding Myc-TGEV PL1 or empty vector and infected with SeV 24 h later (100 hemagglutinating activity units/well).
(2009) used ferromagnetic levan composite for Cramoll 1,4 purification by affinity chromatography using a 0.3 M glucose solution for elution, but the purified protein presented a decrease in hemagglutinating activity when compared to conventional chromatography methods.
Protamine-shifting and hemagglutinating activity of Influenza virus in fractions of sugar gradient to neutralization And after neutralization by immune (CAM) rat sera Experiments N of % of Proteinase Proteinase after sugar sucrose before neutralization, gradient neutralization, mkg/arg per fraction mkg/arg per min in 1 ml min in 1 ml 1.
In our study HI titre of 1:160 or greater was considered positive which was also the standard used in other serological infection in human against other hemagglutinating H5N1 avian influenza virus (WHO, 2007).
We obtained antisera to Le (a) and Le (b) that exhibited specific immunoprecipitating and hemagglutinating properties.
kefir, the S-layer also influenced hemagglutinating, but not adhesion to Caco-2 cells, unlike the S-layer of some strains of L.
([dagger]) Assays conducted using 0.5% turkey red blood cells, 4 hemagglutinating units of virus, and sera treated with receptor- destroying enzyme, followed by adsorption with red blood cells if the serum sample contained nonspecific agglutinins.
Lectins are proteinaceous substances that are widely distributed in animals, plants, and microorganisms have been found to contain hemagglutinating activity [6].
A toxic protein designated as "curcin" with hemagglutinating activity (Lin et al.
Chokshi noted that Phase 2 is prepared using thermoprocessing conditions to substantially inactivate hemagglutinating activity and trypsin inhibitory activity while preserving substantial alpha-amylase inhibition activity (31,32).

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