W. H. Ouwehand

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Platelet function shows significant inheritance that is at least partially genetically controlled. There is also evidence that the platelet response is stable over time, but there are few studies that have assessed consistency of platelet function over months and years. We aimed to measure platelet function in platelet donors over(More)
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The extent to which maternal anti-Rh(D) antibodies support lysis of erythrocytes by monocytes in the antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC) assay is closely correlated with the severity of Rh(D) haemolytic disease of the newborn infant (HDN). However, in some cases HDN is much milder than would be predicted from the ADCC value. We postulated(More)
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