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The role of lectins in blood group serology

Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Jan 1, 1980

W J Judd

Abstract

Many lectins display blood group activity, and extracts from Dolichos biflorus (anti-A1), Ulex europaeus (anti-H), and Vicia graminea (anti-N) seeds provide an alternative to human sera as a source of blood-typing reagents. However, the major application of lectins in blood group serolo...read more

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Receptors, Antigen
Blood Grouping and Crossmatching
Antiphospholipid Syndrome
Animal Lectins
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The role of lectins in blood group serology

Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Jan 1, 1980

W J Judd

PMID: 6998652

DOI: 10.3109/10408368009108729

Abstract

Many lectins display blood group activity, and extracts from Dolichos biflorus (anti-A1), Ulex europaeus (anti-H), and Vicia graminea (anti-N) seeds provide an alternative to human sera as a source of blood-typing reagents. However, the major application of lectins in blood group serolo...read more

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Receptors, Antigen
Blood Grouping and Crossmatching
Antiphospholipid Syndrome
Animal Lectins
1
10

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