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conglutinin

Pronunciation: kon-glu'ti-nin

Definition: Bovine serum protein that, when absorbed by erythrocyte-antibody-complement complexes, causes them to agglutinate; it is comparatively thermostable and apparently dissociates when diluted with physiologic saline solution.

Synonym(s): bovine colloid

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