erythroagglutinin etymology

English word erythroagglutinin comes from English agglutinin, English erythro-

Detailed word origin of erythroagglutinin

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
agglutinin English (eng) (specifically) A protein found in cow's milk.. A substance that causes cells to clump.
erythro- English (eng) Used to form scientific terms meaning red, or showing a relationship to red blood cells.
erythroagglutinin English (eng) (protein) A lectin, isolated from the red kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), that is involved in red cell agglutination.

Words with the same origin as erythroagglutinin

Descendants of erythro-
azaerythromycin erythrapheresis erythrismal erythroblast erythroblastopenia erythroblastosis erythrodegenerative erythrofuranose erythrogenic erythrogranulose erythroid erythroid aplasia erythroleukemia erythrolytic erythromycin erythromyeloid erythrophagocytosis erythropheresis erythrophobia erythrophyll erythropsia erythruria oxoerythromycin proerythroblast