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Explain the principle difference between direct agglutination and passive agglut
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Explain the principle difference between direct agglutination and passive agglut
Mar 17, 2012

Direct agglutination is clumping formed from soluble antibodies binding to soluble antigens that are either bound to the surface of a cell or bound to an insoluble particle. Passive agglutination again uses soluble antibodies, but the antigens of interest are also soluble, so they are first adsorbed to an inert antigen-carrier such as charcoal particles, latex beads, or red blood cells.



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