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Agonist-activated platelets and fibrinogen-coated polystyrene microparticles agglutinate in whole blood in proportion to the number of available platelet GP lib/Ina receptors, which makes this device appropriate for the measurement of antiplatelet drug (e.
can grow in thio-sulfatecitrate-bile salts-sucrose agar as yellow colonies and do not agglutinate with V.
Plant lectins are proteins of non-immune origin that reversibly bind carbohydrate, agglutinate cells or precipitate polysaccharides and glycoconjugates (Goldstein et al.
It did not agglutinate in antiserum 0 through 34 and was pYV negative, whereas the radicchio rosso isolate was identified as Y.
Red cells agglutinate when serum from group A is mixed with the red cells of a second group B.
Plant lectins, primarily based upon the sugar-binding specificity and inhibition of the agglutination reaction, are reversible carbohydrate-binding proteins or glycoproteins of non-immuno origin that can agglutinate cells or precipitate polysaccharides and glycoconjugates (Goldstein et al.
In this assay, polystyrene beads (13) coated with rabbit antibodies to cysC agglutinate when mixed with samples containing cysC.
on the basis of differences in their ability to agglutinate erythrocytes from different species.
Influenza A viruses are able to agglutinate red blood cells (RBC) via the viral glycoprotein, the hemagglutinin, that binds to N-acetylneuraminic acid at the cell surface.
The non-O1 strains do not agglutinate O1 or O139 antisera but have phenotypic similarities to the toxigenic strains.
Lectins are carbohydrate-binding proteins or glycoproteins of nonimmune origin that can agglutinate cells or precipitate glyco-conjugates (Goldstein et al.