conglutinin


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conglutinin

[kən′glüt·ən·ən]
(immunology)
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).