[Severe aplastic anemia accompanied with abnormality of T cell subset and appearance of anti-BI antibody].

@article{Inada1989SevereAA,
  title={[Severe aplastic anemia accompanied with abnormality of T cell subset and appearance of anti-BI antibody].},
  author={Tomohisa Inada and Koji Abe and Nobutaka Imamura and Kazuro Okada and Atsushi Kuramoto},
  journal={[Rinsho ketsueki] The Japanese journal of clinical hematology},
  year={1989},
  volume={30 8},
  pages={
          1314-8
        }
}
A 66-year-old female was diagnosed to have severe aplastic anemia. Remission was not achieved by the ALG-oxymethorone therapy, and she was in need of RBC multitransfusion. After receiving a total of 42 units (16,800 ml) of red blood cells, it was found that her serum agglutinated strongly her own group BI cells at 4 degrees C. This agglutination disappeared in DTT solution. An eluate from her red cells also agglutinated BI panel cells, whereas Bi, O I, O i cells failed to react. It was apparent… CONTINUE READING