Substances,usually of biological origin,that cause cells or other organic particles to aggregate and stick to each other. They also include those antibodies which cause aggregation or agglutination of a particulate or insoluble antigen.
- the antibodies that bring this about are called agglutinins.
- in some cell lines there is a similar periodicity in changes of cell surface antigenicity or response to wheat germ agglutinin.
- experience in nursing one case of cold agglutinin syndrome
- analysis of high-titer cold agglutinins causing cross-matching test difficult
- wheat germ agglutinin