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Synonyms for agglutinate

string together (morphemes in an agglutinating language)

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united as if by glue

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Cold agglutinating autoantibodies (CAA) are usually of IgM-class.
The obtained erythrocytes, sensibilized with various concentrations of antigen, were checked in IHT with Leptospiral agglutinating serum.
3) The MAT is a test, which determines agglutinating antibodies in the serum of a patient by mixing it in various dilutions with live/killed leptospires.
The assessment of agglutinating antibody titer is an easy approach to measure circulating antibodies in serum samples collected from fish previously immunized with particulate antigen preparations (Sugahara and Eguchi, 2012).
I determined to confuse them by agglutinating my piece to the next piece on the program so that there would be no opportunity to open the doors between numbers, and latecomers would have to wait outside until the intermission.
Based on HA test results of VNN Coat Protein to Humpback grouper (Cromileptes altivelis) erythrocytes obtained the highest dilution titer at 1/64 (Table 1), which means that the coat protein is able to agglutinating VNN red blood cells (erythrocytes) normal Humpback grouper up to 64 times dilution.
A major complication, incompatible blood being destroyed in the recipient's circulation, often with shock or even death, was shown by Karl Landsteiner in 1900 to be due to the presence of complex agglutinating substances.
To determine agglutinating activity, 50 [micro]L samples of shrimp serum were added to a U-shaped 96-well microplate plate and a twofold serial dilution was prepared using TBS-2 (100 mM Tris-HCl, pH 7.
3], a glucose level of 78 mg/ dl, and a protein concentration of 18 mg/dl; titers of agglutinating antibodies in CSF were 1:80.
Fisher (1992) proposed that agglutinating substances could be produced by mucus cells, or mucocytes.
This relative specificity value, which was obtained with sera defined by the MAT, may contain nonagglutinating leptospiral antibodies that are detectable by ELISA but not by the MAT, which can only detect agglutinating antibodies as reported (16).
More commonly, cases are diagnosed serologically by detection of agglutinating antibodies.
Neither does Ulla-Maija Kulonen (2001a; 2001b) believe that common Uralic possessive suffixes and personal inflections could have formed by agglutinating respective personal pronouns with the preceding noun and verb stems as Uralic personal pronouns are too irregular for that.
Boards are made of a combination of sugarcane fibers (bagasse) and cement, which is used as agglutinating agent instead of using synthetic resins.
alternation in vowel length or height, that one would not expect in a perfectly consistent agglutinating language.