Fluctuations of the Level of Conglutinin in Bovine Sera
Conglutinin is a heat-stable globulin which occurs most abundantly in normal bovine serum. It is recognized by its ability to aggregate or conglutinate red blood cells which have been coated with antibody and have adsorbed or fixed complement.
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