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O agglutinin

 

Definition:

  1. an agglutinin that is formed as the result of stimulation by, and that reacts with, the relatively thermostable antigen(s) that are part of the cell wall of certain microorganisms;
  2. see ABO blood group, Blood Groups appendix.

Synonym(s): somatic agglutinin

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