Difference between Agglutinogens and Agglutinins?

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Agglutinogens are the substances that stimulates the actual formation of agglutinin. The agglutinins are the substances that causes the particles to actually form a mass. These are used in blood typing of ABO and the RH factor.
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agglutinogens are substances that stimulate the formation of agglutinin. Agglutinins are substances that cause agglutination (clumping reaction) of particular antigens.
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An agglutinogen is an antigen (on the surface of the red blood cells)that stimulates the production of a particular agglutinin, such as an antibody (in the plasma).
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