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Definition of the noun agglutinin
What does agglutinin mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: agglutinins
- an antibody that causes agglutination of a specific antigen
- lexical domain: Substances - nouns denoting substances
- more generic word: antibody = any of a large variety of proteins normally present in the body or produced in response to an antigen which it neutralizes, thus producing an immune response
- more specific word: isoagglutinin = an antibody produced by one individual that causes agglutination of red blood cells in other individuals of the same species
Alternative definition of the noun agglutinin
- A substance that causes cells to clump.
- [context: specifically] A protein found in cow's milk.
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Glycoproteins II (1997)
by J. Montreuil, J.F.G. Vliegenthart, H. Schachter
Wheat germ agglutinin Wheat germ agglutinin is the most studied of these lectins and also one of the most useful in its biomedical application. The lectin is a homodimer composed of subunits of Mr =23 600 Da which dissociates into ...
Med Lab Tech Vol 1, 2/e (2010)
Agglutinin is the antibody that reacts with the red-cell antigens and manifests this activity by clumping the red cells. Hemolysin Hemolysin, like the agglutinin, is an antibody that reacts with the red blood cells except that in the ...
Stable agglutinin is that part that remains with the bacilli, and detachable agglutinin is that portion that appears in the filtrates following the stripping of the bacilli. Upon injecting rabbits with these two materials it was found that the filtrates ...
Wheat Belly Cookbook (2012)
150 Recipes to Help You Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health by William Davis
Wheat germ agglutinin is the stuff that permits abnormal intestinal permeability to develop, allowing foreign substances—including wheat germ agglutinin itself—to gain access to the bloodstream in small quantities. (In larger quantities, direct ...
The agglutinin is a main, but not the only, macromolecular component of the egg jelly (Gregg, 1969). Concentrated solutions are obtained by dissolving the jelly from eggs in weakly acid seawater. "Fertilization product," the supernatant from ...
Wheat Belly Slim Guide (2017)
The Fast and Easy Reference for Living and Succeeding on the Wheat Belly Lifestyle by William Davis
For example, wheat germ agglutinin is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and rice. It is a potent bowel toxin in humans, blocking proper digestion, inflicting damage to the intestinal lining, and provoking inflammation. Genetic manipulation ...
by Martin Levine
Salivary agglutinin is a member of the scavenger receptor cysteine-rich (SRCR) superfamily, a group of large (~2,400 amino acids; mol wt 262 kDa) cell surface and secreted glycoproteins. These glycoproteins are characterized by SRCR and ...
Cure Tooth Decay (2012)
Remineralize Cavities and Repair Your Teeth Naturally with Good Food [Second Edition] by Ramiel Nagel
Agglutinin is a lectin in wheat germ that passes through digestion and into the body and produces intestinal inflammation. Certain lectins are very poisonous. Ricin, the lectin in castor beans, is lethal to humans in even small doses. It destroys ...
by Carol J. Buck
” □ Cold agglutinin is a test to ...
The Golgi Apparatus (2009)
State of the art 110 years after Camillo Golgi's discovery by Alexander A. Mironov, Margit Pavelka
Wheat germ agglutinin is an N-acetyl-glucosamine- and sialic acid-binding lectin (Goldstein and Hayes 1978), and is a particularly interesting substance for developments of drug delivery systems (Lochner et al. 2003; Weissenb€ock et al.
by Carol J Buck
n Cold agglutinin is a test to assess for IgM (immunoglobulin M), which is the first immunoglobulin produced in an immune response. The presence of IgM may indicate Mycoplasma pneumoniae, anemia, or other conditions. There are codes ...
Phytochemical Dictionary (1998)
A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants, Second Edition by Herbert Baxter, J.B. Harborne, Gerald P. Moss
Abrus agglutinin is a bivalent tetramer. Abrin occurs in the seeds of Jequirity, Abrus precatorius (Leguminosae). All are potent haemagglutinins; abrins are extremely toxic: as little as one seed can cause fatal poisoning. Abrins are more toxic to ...
Becker's World of the Cell (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Wheat germ agglutinin is a lectin that protects wheat from insects, yeast and bacteria. An agglutinin protein, it binds to NacetylDglucosamine and Sialic acid.
Sherris Medical Microbiology (2016)
by CTI Reviews
An agglutinin is a substance that causes particles to coagulate to form a thickened mass ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
See also agglutinin, blood typing, precipitin. agglutination-inhibition test, a serological technique useful in testing for certain unknown soluble antigens. The unknown antigen is mixed with a known agglutinin. If there is a reaction, the agglutinin ...
by UN Panda
Agglutinin Antibody that causes clumping or agglutination of the bacteria or other cells which either stimulate the formation of the agglutinaion or contain immunologically, similar reactive material. a. cold Agglutinin that agglutinates human ...
by Joseph Segen
Cold agglutinin syndrome Clinical immunology An immune disorder characterized by IgM autoantibodies that optimally agglutinate RBCs at very low temperatures–eg, 4oC; low titers–< 1:32 of cold agglutinins–CAs are detectable in many ...
agglutinin /.;glfi'tinin/, an antibody that interacts with antigens, resulting in agglutination. agglutinin absorption, the removal of an antibody from immune serum via treatment ...
See T agglutinin, under agglutinin. cold a. agglutination with cold agglutinins (q.v. ), occurring more efficiently below 378C than at 378C. cross a. the agglutination of particulate antigen by antibody raised against a different but related antigen; ...
by Dana K. Cassell, Noel R. Rose
cold agglutinin disease An autoimmune disease in which antibody directly agglutinates human red cells at low temperatures. Cold agglutinin diseases is an acquired AUTOIMMUNE HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA due to ...
by Caroline Wormeley Latimer
An agglutinin that originates in the blood without artificial or outside agencies. [Gr., idiot, own, + agglutinin.'] Idiocy (id'e-o-se). Congenital weak-mindedness; a condition in ...
by Julius M. Cruse, Robert E. Lewis
cold agglutinin An antibody that agglutinates particulate antigen, such as bacteria or red cells, optimally at temperatures less than 37°C. In clinical medicine, the term usually refers to antibodies against red blood cell ...
by John M. Lackie
peanut agglutinin Lectin (PNA, 273aa) from Arachis hypogaea that binds to membrane glycoproteins containing β-D-gal (1-3) D-galNAc; used to investigate differential ...
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