isoagglutinogen

[ī′sō-ăg′lōō-tĭnə-jən]

n.

An isoantigen that on exposure to its corresponding isoantibody causes agglutination of the red blood cells to which it is attached.

Nearby words

  1. iso-osmotic,
  2. iso-reel,
  3. isoabnormal,
  4. isoagglutination,
  5. isoagglutinin,
  6. isoamyl,
  7. isoamyl acetate,
  8. isoamyl benzoate,
  9. isoamyl benzyl ether,
  10. isoamyl group


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