Conglutinin | Article about conglutinin by The Free Dictionary
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A heat-stable substance in bovine and other serums that aids or causes agglomeration or lysis of certain sensitized cells or particles.
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The identified proteins were conglutinin
precursor, bovine fibrinogen, IgG1 heavy chain constant region, hemoglobin, complement component 3 and IgG2a heavy chain constant region.
The authors showed that chimeric proteins contain complementary portions of two collectins (MBL, surfactant protein D, or bovine serum conglutinin
) or one collection (surfact protein D) fused to anti-CD89 (an anti Fc-[alpha] RI).