phytoagglutinin

phytoagglutinin

 [fi″to-ah-gloo´tĭ-nin]
an agglutinin of plant origin.
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phy·to·ag·glu·ti·nin

(fī'tō-ă-glū'ti-nin),
A lectin that causes agglutination of erythrocytes or of leukocytes.
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phy·to·ag·glu·ti·nin

(fī'tō-ă-glū'ti-nin)
A lectin that causes agglutination of erythrocytes or of leukocytes.
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Haemagglutinins: Haemagglutinins are cell agglutinating sugar specific proteins, widely distributed in leguminous plants and sometimes referred as phytoagglutinins or lectins (Srilakshmi, 2003; Kumar and Gopalrao, 1986).
Scientists have developed a novel extract from the Italian Lamon variety Borlotto bean that provides specific constituents (phytoagglutinins) that suppress ghrelin and promote CCK, GLP1 and PYY to help keep food cravings and hunger under control.