Hemagglutinins are the substances which are caused to agglutinate the RBC. Antibodies and lectins are the commonly known hemagglutinins. hemagglutinin is composed of two different types of chains, the blue chains are the targeting mechanism: they search for specific sugar chains on our cellular proteins. When they find the proper one, hemagglutinin binds to the cell and the orange chains initiate the attack
Related Journals of Hemagglutinin
Journal of Glycobiology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Journal, Steroids & Hormonal Science, Metabonomics & Metabolites,Biochemistry Journal, Blood, British Journal of Haematology, Indian Journal of Hematology and Blood Transfusion, Journal of Coagulation Disorders, Open Hematology Journal.