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- adj. That agglutinates red blood cells
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The Manual on Radiation Sterilization of Medical and Biological Material of the International Atomic Energy Agency indicates that exposure to 0.65 kGy of γ-rays causes a total loss of influenza virus infectivity, but disrupting the haemagglutinating activity requires an exposure to higher than 200 kGy Nine - to ten-week-old female BALB / c mice were routinely used in these studies.
These stocks were sterile but retained full haemagglutinating activity after irradiation.
Encephalomyelitis of swine caused by a haemagglutinating virus.