Hemagglutination Inhibition Assay


Some viruses can bind to molecules present on red blood cells, a process called hemagglutination.
As each virus molecule binds to multiple RBC's, a lattice-structure will form. This process can be inhibited by antibodies directed against the virus, blocking the virus from binding to the red blood cells. This is called hemagglutination inhibition.

This test can be used to determine quantities of virus present in a sample.

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