EAC rosette

<haematology> Rosettes formed from erythrocytes (E) coated with antibody (A) and complement (C). ... A test for C3b or C3bi receptors (CR1 or CR3). The rosettes form more easily then E or EA rosettes. ... See: E rosettes. ... (16 Mar 2000) ...
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EAC rosette

Type: Term Definitions: 1. indicates the presence of complement receptors. Erythrocytes (E) coated with antibody (A) and complement (C) are incubated with test cells; if the test cells have complement receptors, the EAC will adhere to these cells, forming rosettes.
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