See also: Hemagglutinin Hemagglutination Haem Haema Haemal Haemin Haemulons Haematozoa Haematuria Haemolysed Haemorhous Haematinic Haematology Haemolacria Haemolytic Haemophilus Haemoptysis Haemorrhage Haemoserous Haemostasis Haemostatic Haemothorax Haematemesis Haemathermal Haematoxylin Haemophilia
1. Haemagglutinin: ( hē'mă-glū'ti-nin ) A substance, antibody or other, which causes hemagglutination
2. The influenza virus Haemagglutinin is responsible for binding to and fusion with the cell membrane
3. Pipixcan) were found to possess a Haemagglutinin (HA) antigen distinct from those of the twelve previously designated Haemagglutinin subtypes of influenza A virus.Serological assays with antisera to reference strains representing the HA subtypes 1-12 and to a
4. Haemagglutinin definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation
5. H1N1 virus possesses Haemagglutinin, the antigenic surface protein which mediates the entry of virus in to host cell and this is the most important antigen against which neutralising antibodies are directed.
6. Efficient purification of the pertussis antigens toxin, filamentous Haemagglutinin, and pertactin in chromatography workflows Intellectual Property Notice: The Biopharma business o f GE Healthcare was acquired by Danaher on 31 March 2020 and now operates under the Cytiva™ brand.
7. Haemagglutinin-strain A(H1N1) Accession Number DB15476 Description Not Available Type Biotech Groups Approved Biologic Classification Vaccines Inactivated Synonyms Not Available Pharmacology
8. Haemagglutinin definition: an antibody that causes the clumping of red blood cells Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
9. The Haemagglutinin glycoprotein of influenza virus is a trimer comprising two structurally distinct regions: a triple-stranded coiled-coil of α-helices extends 76 Å from the membrane and a
10. The Haemagglutinin gene, but not the neuraminidase gene, of 'Spanish flu' was a recombinant Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci
11. Haemagglutinin Assays as Wild Fish Immunocompetence/ Health Metrics Introduction and literature review Research aims, objectives and hypothesis
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12. The stem domain is similar to that of influenza A Haemagglutinin, except that the triple-stranded, α-helical bundle diverges at both of its ends, and the amino terminus of HEF2, the fusion
13. Haemagglutinin (HA) is the most abundant and immunogenic protein on the surface of the influenza virus which plays role in the initial steps of host infection .
Haemagglutinin, Ha, Host
14. Hemagglutinin (HA) or Haemagglutinin (BE) is an antigenic glycoprotein found on the surface of the influenza viruses
Hemagglutinin, Ha, Haemagglutinin
15. HA/P is a shorter form of Haemagglutinin/protease HA/P means Haemagglutinin/protease HA/P is an abbreviation for Haemagglutinin/protease
16. Search results for Haemagglutinin measles at Sigma-Aldrich
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Definition of hemagglutinin. : an agglutinin (such as an antibody or viral capsid protein) that causes hemagglutination.
Hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA) Hemagglutinin (designated as HA) and neuraminidase (designated as NA) are glycoproteins. Hemagglutinin and neuraminidase protrude from the outer surface of the influenza virus and neuraminidase is a constituent of the enveloping membrane that surrounds the viral contents.
Together with various forms of a viral antigenic protein called neuraminidase, hemagglutinin is used to distinguish between subtypes of influenza A viruses (e.g., H1N1, H5N1). Antibodies to viruses that possess hemagglutinin antigens can be detected through a hemagglutinin-inhibition test.
Hemagglutinin derives its name from its activity. The glycoprotein confers upon the virus the ability to agglutinate, or clump together, red blood cells. The aggregation compromises the function of the red blood cells. The hemagglutinin glycoprotein also functions in the binding of the virus to cells,...