What is Agglutination Reaction? History, Mechanism, Advantages, Disadvantages, Types & Factors Influencing

Agglutination is the most common type of antigen-antibody reaction. Agglutination is the clumping or binding antigen and antibody. Agglutination reaction is the reaction in which soluble antibody interacts with particulate (insoluble) antigen in the presence of specific electrolytes at a particular temperature and pH, resulting in clumping of particles. These clumps are better visualized and … Continue reading What is Agglutination Reaction? History, Mechanism, Advantages, Disadvantages, Types & Factors Influencing