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A review of recently published work is presented on the nature of the agglutination of human peripheral lymphocytes and cultured lymphoblastoid cells by the hemolymph agglutinins of two arachnoids, the Horsefoot (Limulus polyphemus), alias Horseshoe Crab, and the Saharan Scorpion (Androctonus australis). Microagglutination techniques were utilized to study the specificity of the whole serum and purified agglutinin(s) of Limulus and the whole serum agglutinin(s) of Androctonus. Peripheral humanpmid:6994581 fatcat:haewhufqk5h3fcx2zztqwm2mi4