hemadsorption
(hem"ad-sorp\'shun)
The adherence of red blood cells to the surface of something, such as another cell or a virus.

Microbiology. . 2009.

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  • hemadsorption — A phenomenon manifested by an agent or substance adhering to or being adsorbed on the surface of a red blood cell. * * * hem·ad·sorp·tion or chiefly Brit haem·ad·sorp·tion .hē (.)mad sȯrp shən, zȯrp n adherence of red blood cells to the surface …   Medical dictionary

  • hemadsorption — hem·adsorption …   English syllables

  • hemadsorption — …   Useful english dictionary

  • hemadsorption virus — hemadsorption virus, any virus identifiable by hemadsorption …   Useful english dictionary

  • hemadsorption test — (for hemagglutinating viruses) an in vitro test based on the adherence of red blood cells to cells of the infected tissue in the presence of hemagglutinin …   Medical dictionary

  • hemadsorption virus type 1 — (HA1) former name for human parainfluenza virus 3 …   Medical dictionary

  • hemadsorption virus type 2 — (HA2) former name for human parainfluenza virus 1 …   Medical dictionary

  • HA2 — hemadsorption virus 2 …   Medical dictionary

  • HAd — hemadsorption; hospital administrator …   Medical dictionary

  • HAd-I — hemadsorption inhibition …   Medical dictionary

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