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What is agglutination?
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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In brief: Sticking together
This is a technique most commonly used in the lab, to see whether a particular antigen or antibody is present and working under various conditions.
Latex agglutination may be used to test for forms of arthritis or infection; an antibody that makes red cells stick together may explain a clinical problem.

In brief: Sticking together
This is a technique most commonly used in the lab, to see whether a particular antigen or antibody is present and working under various conditions.
Latex agglutination may be used to test for forms of arthritis or infection; an antibody that makes red cells stick together may explain a clinical problem.
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