One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Agglutination of sperms, erythrocytes, or other cells of an individual caused by a substance from another individual of the same species.
- ‘Grouped isoagglutination is not limited to man, but is much more widespread than has been hitherto suspected.’
- ‘We have investigated the occurrence of isoagglutination in thirty-two rabbits and in eleven steers.’
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