Concentration of fetal red blood cells from a mixture of maternal and fetal blood by anti-i serum--an aid to prenatal diagnosis of hemoglobinopathies.

Abstract

Fetal red blood cells were concentrated obtained from the fetus is heavily confrom mixtures of maternal and fetal cells by taminated by maternal cells. The method is differential agglutination with anti-i serum. practical, except in very rare cases in which This method will be useful for prenatal diagthe maternal red cells are strongly agglutinosis of hemoglobinopathies when blood nated by anti-i.

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@article{Kan1974ConcentrationOF, title={Concentration of fetal red blood cells from a mixture of maternal and fetal blood by anti-i serum--an aid to prenatal diagnosis of hemoglobinopathies.}, author={Yuet Wai Kan and David Nathan and Gabriel Cividalli and Marie Crookston}, journal={Blood}, year={1974}, volume={43 3}, pages={411-5} }