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string together (morphemes in an agglutinating language)

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united as if by glue

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The total amount of agglutinating IgG and IgM antibodies are measured by SAT and is the most common acceptable serological diagnostic test for human brucellosis.
Together with the Bellysbabble Joyce developed for Finnegans Wake (with its agglutinating recombinations as language passes through "our wholemole millwheeling vicociclometer") or the Newspeak invented for 1984 by George Orwell (its agglutinating prefixes), Tolkien's Black Speech emerges as an imaginative engagement with what was then an issue of burning topicality; a unique moment in the history of linguistics, when a theory relating to obscure languages assumed a pivotal position in an epochal war of competing ideologies (Joyce 614).
The prevalence of agglutinating antibodies to Leptospira serovars varies widely around the globe and even within countries.
Cold agglutinating autoantibodies (CAA) are usually of IgM-class.
Both of the Wright and Coombs Wright tests measure the total amount of agglutinating IgM and IgG antibodies but any agglutination that occurs in 2ME test, is caused by IgG antibodies because of IgG resistance to action of 2ME.
It should be noted that when agglutinating with Leptospiral sera, the IHT titer with diagnosticums based on Boivin antigen was two times higher than with diagnosticums based on Westphal antigen, except antisera for serogroups Canicola, Pyrogenes, Autumnalis, and Grippotyphosa.
Laboratory Diagnosis: Leptospira consist of a group of pathogenic leptospires, Leptospira interrogans sensu lato and non-pathogenic leptospires, Leptospira biflexa sensu lato (10) within each species, large number of serovars are differentiated using polyclonal agglutinating antibodies.
This glass microfiber media combines a unique binder system and agglutinating chemistry to yield clear plasma from whole blood in ratio previously only attainable by centrifugation.
Adenoviruses from humans and animals were initially classified by differences in their agglutinating erythrocytes; now, however, they are often classified by sequence and phylogenetic analyses of their respective genes (2).
The minimum agglutinating activity of the Pea lectin was found to be 8[micro]g/m1 for rat red blood cells.
Can you imagine how many EP scholars contacted me over the next few years to find out how the Cantos ended?" And concerning a performance of his own work, he writes that, "I had been informed that the new work would have the distinction of being first on the program 'when the audience was fresh.' 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." Though his self-inflation occasionally detracts from the authority of the text, Schafer's memoir is engrossing, memorable, and offers both insight into the inner life of an artist and inspiration for those striving for a career in the arts.
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.