Definitions for "Hemagglutinin"
An antibody that agglutinates erythrocytes.
An important surface structure protein of the influenza virus that is an essential gene for the spread of the virus throughout the respiratory tract. This enables the virus to attach itself to a cell in the respiratory system and penetrate it. Referred to as the “H” in influenza viruses. See neuraminidase.
a molecule, such as an antibody or lectin, that agglutinates red blood cells.