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agglutinin (s) (noun), agglutinins (pl)
A substance that causes clumping of the bacteria or other cells; agglutinating antibody: An agglutinin can be an antibody or a lectin, or something else that is able to effect an agglutination, like red blood cells or bacteria.

An agglutinin contains an immunologically similar, reactive antigen.

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