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haemagglutination

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  • n. Alternative form of hemagglutination.

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  • n. agglutination of red blood cells

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Examples

  • Giron 2003 Characterization of an outer membrane protein associated with haemagglutination and ad-hesive properties of enteroaggregative Escherichia coli O111:H12.

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  • Burnet went on to demonstrate that ectromelia virus showed the same type of haemagglutination and that ectromelia and vaccinia viruses were cross-protective in animals.

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  • Institute before the War, he decided to concentrate all laboratory work in the Institute on virology, and with the discovery of influenza virus haemagglutination in the United

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  • He has also added much to our knowledge of the haemagglutination of red blood cells by various animal viruses, and has made contributions of fundamental importance to our knowledge of the genetic complexity of virus particles, and to the genetic interactions between related viruses which simultaneously infect the same cell and their relations to the transfer of neuropathogenicity.

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  • H5 seroconversion was screened using haemagglutination inhibition (HI) assay on 105 donkey serum samples.

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  • We profiled 29 cytokines and chemokines and evaluated the haemagglutination inhibition activity as quantitative and qualitative measurements of host immune responses in serum obtained during the first 5 days after symptoms onset, in two cohorts of nvH1N1 infected patients.

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