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Two examples of low ionic strength-dependent autoagglutinins with anti-Pr1 specificity

Vox Sanguinis

Jan 1, 1986

P T O'NeillGeorge Garratty

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Two low ionic strength-dependent autoagglutinins were studied and found to have anti-Pr1 specificity. This specificity was determined by studies with enzyme-treated and neuraminidase-treated human red blood cells (RBCs), animal RBCs and chemically-modified sialoglycoproteins, all suspen...read more

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Chemicals
Blood Group Antigens
Neuraminidase
Agglutination Tests
Autoantibodies
Antibody Specificity
Clinical Laboratory Information Systems
Cold Agglutinin Measurement
Hemolysis (Biological Funtion)
Sialoproteins
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Two examples of low ionic strength-dependent autoagglutinins with anti-Pr1 specificity

Vox Sanguinis

Jan 1, 1986

P T O'NeillGeorge Garratty

PMID: 3962278

DOI: 10.1111/j.1423-0410.1986.tb04856.x

Abstract

Two low ionic strength-dependent autoagglutinins were studied and found to have anti-Pr1 specificity. This specificity was determined by studies with enzyme-treated and neuraminidase-treated human red blood cells (RBCs), animal RBCs and chemically-modified sialoglycoproteins, all suspen...read more

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Chemicals
Blood Group Antigens
Neuraminidase
Agglutination Tests
Autoantibodies
Paper Details
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