The agglutination of suspended red blood cells by viruses, usually by the virion itself but in some instances by products of viral growth.
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- viral antigen,
- viral dysentery,
- viral envelope,
- viral hepatitis,
- viral infection,
- viral load,
- viral marketing,
- viral tropism
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