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agglutinophilic (adjective), more agglutinophilic, most agglutinophilic
Pertaining to the process of being readily united, as if by glue: Agglutinophilic processes involve suspended bacteria, cells, or other particles forming into clumps, usually as a result of some antibody which is developed by white blood cells to neutralize an antigen or foreign protein in the body.
The agglutinophilic antibodies that are formed are intended to help the body to counteract or to destroy the invading microorganisms which can be dangerous to one's health.
This entry is located in the following units: agglutino-, aggluto-, agglutin- + (page 1) philo-, phil-, -phile, -philia, -philic, -philous, -phily, -philiac, -philist, -philism (page 3)