an antibody that causes agglutination.
Hence it can be stated technically that an agglutinin possesses a haptophore group and an agglutinating group.
The Fundamentals of Bacteriology Charles Bradfield Morrey
If agglutinin is present and the test is giving a positive reaction, the bacilli will be collected in large clumps.
The Elements of Bacteriological Technique John William Henry Eyre
a substance, such as an antibody or a lectin, that causes agglutination of cells or bacteria
agglutinin ag·glu·ti·nin (ə-glōōt’n-ĭn)
A substance, such as an antibody, that is capable of causing agglutination of a particular antigen, especially red blood cells or bacteria.
A substance, other than a specific agglutinating antibody, that causes organic particles to agglutinate.
an antigen that causes the production of agglutinins. Historical Examples The substance within the introduced cell which acts as a stimulus (antigen) to the body cells is called an agglutinogen. The Fundamentals of Bacteriology Charles Bradfield Morrey noun an antigen that reacts with or stimulates the formation of a specific agglutinin agglutinogen ag·glu·tin·o·gen (āg’lu-tĭn’ə-jən, ə-glōōt’n-) […]
agglutinophilic agglutinophilic ag·glu·ti·no·phil·ic (ə-glōōt’n-ə-fĭl’ĭk) adj. Readily undergoing agglutination.
agglutogen agglutogen ag·glu·to·gen (ə-glōō’tə-jən) n. See agglutinogen.
to raise the or level of (a river valley, a stream bed, etc.) by depositing detritus, sediment, or the like. Historical Examples Long continued glacial drainage usually results in a large measure of aggradation. The Geography of the Region about Devils Lake and the Dalles of the Wisconsin Rollin D. Salisbury verb (transitive) to build […]