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Blood Grouping and Crossmatching

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Disease relevance of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching


Psychiatry related information on Blood Grouping and Crossmatching

  • The model of cognitive processing known as the Knowledge Acquisition and Recall Theory is derived from Anderson's Adaptive Control of Thought Theory. The model is used as a basis for a methodology for the design of an intelligent tutoring system that teaches problem-solving strategies for blood grouping discrepancies [6].

High impact information on Blood Grouping and Crossmatching

  • A monoclonal antibody-derived, dry blood grouping plate, based upon the simple disaccharide, trehalose, is described that is indefinitely stable at room temperature and was found to have a 99.8% accuracy when tested against a standard semiautomated assay [7].
  • Letter: Cryo-panagglutinin detected in ABO blood-grouping standard sera [8].
  • Genomic analysis of clinical samples with serologic ABO blood grouping discrepancies: identification of 15 novel A and B subgroup alleles [9].
  • It is shown that, in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays, the Le-FucT uses both immobilized beta Gal(1-->3) beta GlcNAc-bovine serum albumin conjugates and fetuin as acceptor substrates and renders them blood group B-active as detected by a monoclonal anti-B blood-grouping antibody [10].
  • ABO blood typing may therefore be useful in patients with rheumatoid arthritis before consideration of therapy with potentially ulcerogenic drugs [11].

Chemical compound and disease context of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching


Biological context of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching


Anatomical context of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching


Associations of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching with chemical compounds

  • Commercial anti-A, anti-B, anti-A,B and anti-D monoclonal and polyclonal antisera were immobilized onto polystyrene microtiter plates using a photografting technique, to set up a new solid-phase assay (SPA) to be used for blood grouping [20].
  • The culture supernatant is potent, avid and specific as demonstrated by its reactivity with a large sample of donor bloods tested manually and on the Olympus PK 7100 automated blood grouping machine [21].
  • PROCEDURES: Blood samples anticoagulated with EDTA were screened by use of each blood-typing method according to manufacturers' protocols [22].
  • Streptomycin-dependent panagglutinin causing error in forward blood grouping [23].
  • Serial infusion effects of hydroxyethyl starch on ESR, blood typing and crossmatching and serum amylase levels [24].

Gene context of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Blood Grouping and Crossmatching


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  24. Serial infusion effects of hydroxyethyl starch on ESR, blood typing and crossmatching and serum amylase levels. Janes, A.W., Mishler, J.M., Lowes, B. Vox Sang. (1977) [Pubmed]
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