panagglutinin


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panagglutinin

 [pan″ah-gloo´tĭ-nin]
an agglutinin that agglutinates the erythrocytes of all human blood groups.

panagglutinin

/pan·ag·glu·ti·nin/ (pan″ah-gloo´tĭ-nin) an agglutinin which agglutinates the erythrocytes of all human blood groups.

panagglutinin

[pan′əglo̅o̅′tinin]
an antibody that causes clumping (agglutination) of red blood cells of all blood groups of a species.

panagglutinin

An AGGLUTININ capable of agglutinating red blood cells of any blood group.

panagglutinin

an agglutinin that agglutinates the erythrocytes of all human blood groups.