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An ANTIGEN that stimulates production of an agglutinin – an antibody that causes AGGLUTINATION or clumping of bacteria, blood cells or other antigenic particles. In the case of blood cells, this should not be confused with the clumping that happens in blood COAGULATION, which is a different process.

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