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- adj. That causes hemagglutination
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To determine the hemagglutinating activity of the pps, a hemagglutination assay was performed.
The hemagglutinating abilities (log 2) of AH N1+AH H5, AH N1+1918H1, and AH N1+09H1 (all containing NA from the H5N1 strain) were
Serial dilutions of heat-decomplemented serum (1/20-1/5,120), four viral hemagglutinating units and a suspension of human erythrocytes (group O, final concentration: 0. 5%) were used in a final volume of 50 µL.
Non-hemagglutinating highly virulent APMV-1 strains which grow in the allantoic cavity, have been reported from cormorants (also a psittacine bird) in Canada
APMV-5 failed to grow in the allantoic cavity of embryonated chicken eggs, in contrast to all hemagglutinating APMVs, which grow in the allantoic cavity.
The hemagglutinating ability was expression as the mean HA titer (log doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0009167.g003
Fig. 3); For AH N1+1918H1 and AH N1+09H1 combinations which displayed very low infectivity, although AH N1+1918H1 showed the lowest hemagglutinating ability, AH N1+09H1 showed fair high hemagglutinating ability (