hemagglutinate


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he·mag·glu·ti·nate

 (hē′mə-glo͞ot′n-āt′)
tr.v. he·mag·glu·ti·nat·ed, he·mag·glu·ti·nat·ing, he·mag·glu·ti·nates
To cause agglutination of red blood cells.

he′mag·glu′ti·na′tion n.

he•mag•glu•ti•nate

(ˌhi məˈglut nˌeɪt)

v. -nat•ed, -nat•ing. v.i.
1. (of red blood cells) to clump.
v.t.
2. to cause (red blood cells) to clump.
he`mag•glu`ti•na′tion, n.
he`mag•glu′tin•a`tive, adj.

hemagglutinate


Past participle: hemagglutinated
Gerund: hemagglutinating

Imperative
hemagglutinate
hemagglutinate
Present
I hemagglutinate
you hemagglutinate
he/she/it hemagglutinates
we hemagglutinate
you hemagglutinate
they hemagglutinate
Preterite
I hemagglutinated
you hemagglutinated
he/she/it hemagglutinated
we hemagglutinated
you hemagglutinated
they hemagglutinated
Present Continuous
I am hemagglutinating
you are hemagglutinating
he/she/it is hemagglutinating
we are hemagglutinating
you are hemagglutinating
they are hemagglutinating
Present Perfect
I have hemagglutinated
you have hemagglutinated
he/she/it has hemagglutinated
we have hemagglutinated
you have hemagglutinated
they have hemagglutinated
Past Continuous
I was hemagglutinating
you were hemagglutinating
he/she/it was hemagglutinating
we were hemagglutinating
you were hemagglutinating
they were hemagglutinating
Past Perfect
I had hemagglutinated
you had hemagglutinated
he/she/it had hemagglutinated
we had hemagglutinated
you had hemagglutinated
they had hemagglutinated
Future
I will hemagglutinate
you will hemagglutinate
he/she/it will hemagglutinate
we will hemagglutinate
you will hemagglutinate
they will hemagglutinate
Future Perfect
I will have hemagglutinated
you will have hemagglutinated
he/she/it will have hemagglutinated
we will have hemagglutinated
you will have hemagglutinated
they will have hemagglutinated
Future Continuous
I will be hemagglutinating
you will be hemagglutinating
he/she/it will be hemagglutinating
we will be hemagglutinating
you will be hemagglutinating
they will be hemagglutinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hemagglutinating
you have been hemagglutinating
he/she/it has been hemagglutinating
we have been hemagglutinating
you have been hemagglutinating
they have been hemagglutinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hemagglutinating
you will have been hemagglutinating
he/she/it will have been hemagglutinating
we will have been hemagglutinating
you will have been hemagglutinating
they will have been hemagglutinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hemagglutinating
you had been hemagglutinating
he/she/it had been hemagglutinating
we had been hemagglutinating
you had been hemagglutinating
they had been hemagglutinating
Conditional
I would hemagglutinate
you would hemagglutinate
he/she/it would hemagglutinate
we would hemagglutinate
you would hemagglutinate
they would hemagglutinate
Past Conditional
I would have hemagglutinated
you would have hemagglutinated
he/she/it would have hemagglutinated
we would have hemagglutinated
you would have hemagglutinated
they would have hemagglutinated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hemagglutinate - cause the clumping together (of red blood cells)
agglutinate - clump together; as of bacteria, red blood cells, etc.
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The mink reovirus was able to hemagglutinate type O human erythrocytes (1% vol/vol) but not chicken, mouse, goose, or rabbit erythrocytes (1% vol/vol), a finding characteristic of MRVs.