Molecular matching for Rh and K reduces red blood cell alloimmunisation in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome

Molecular matching for Rh and K reduces red blood cell alloimmunisation in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome

Gláucia A. S. Guelsin, Camila Rodrigues, Jeane E. L. Visentainer, Paula de Melo Campos, Fabíola Traina, Simone C. O. Gilli, Sara T. O. Saad, Lilian Castilho

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Matching for Rh and K antigens has been used in an attempt to reduce antibody formation in patients receiving chronic transfusions but an extended phenotype matching including Fya and Jka antigens has also been recommended. The aim of this study was to identify an efficient transfusion protocol of...

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Molecular matching for Rh and K reduces red blood cell alloimmunisation in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome

Gláucia A. S. Guelsin, Camila Rodrigues, Jeane E. L. Visentainer, Paula de Melo Campos, Fabíola Traina, Simone C. O. Gilli, Sara T. O. Saad, Lilian Castilho


										

Molecular matching for Rh and K reduces red blood cell alloimmunisation in patients with myelodysplastic syndrome

Gláucia A. S. Guelsin, Camila Rodrigues, Jeane E. L. Visentainer, Paula de Melo Campos, Fabíola Traina, Simone C. O. Gilli, Sara T. O. Saad, Lilian Castilho

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    Blood transfusion

    Vol. 13 (Jan./Mar., 2015), p. 53-58