isoagglutinin


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isoagglutinin

[¦ī·sō·ə′glut·ən·ən]
(immunology)
An agglutinin which acts upon the red blood cells of members of the same species. Also known as isohemagglutinin.
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In this protocol, plasmapheresis is used to remove isoagglutinins, and CMV-HG is used to prevent them from rebounding.
Removal of isoagglutinin antibodies from plasma avoids the requirement to match plasma to the blood type of the recipient.