DNA from blood samples can be used to genotype patients who have recently received a transfusion.

@article{Reid2000DNAFB,
  title={DNA from blood samples can be used to genotype patients who have recently received a transfusion.},
  author={Marion E. Reid and Mar{\'i}a Martha R{\'i}os and Vivien I Powell and Dalisay Charles-Pierre and V Malavade},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={2000},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={48-53}
}
BACKGROUND The use of hemagglutination to phenotype red cells from recently transfused patients or of red cells that are coated with IgG can be time-consuming and difficult to interpret. Because the molecular bases of many blood group antigens are known, it was investigated whether polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis of DNA, from white cells in blood from transfused patients, could be used to predict the blood group antigen profile of a patient. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS To prevent… CONTINUE READING

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