Talk:Agglutination (biology)

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Blood grouping[edit]

Suggest having a whole section or a separate page on blood grouping. Snowman 17:49, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

Does anyone[edit]

Does anyone know how this relates to the, um, "alternative" practice of looking at your blood cells under a microscope and declaring that you're too stressed if they seem to stick together? WhatamIdoing 06:19, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

Could be, as any and all 'phenomena' are called upon to back up these claims, no matter how tangential the connection. Item #3 in the list seems spurious enough to qualify as a part of that belief system.

In-line citations[edit]

In-line citations are missing, except for the first sentence of the article. Citation for the 'snuggling together of blood cells to avoid invaders' is painfully absent.