Individual Antigenic Differences of a Human Serum Lipoprotein revealed by a ‘Cold-precipitin’ in the Serum of a Transfused Patient

@article{Berg1965IndividualAD,
  title={Individual Antigenic Differences of a Human Serum Lipoprotein revealed by a ‘Cold-precipitin’ in the Serum of a Transfused Patient},
  author={K. van der Berg and O Egeberg},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1965},
  volume={206},
  pages={312-313}
}
DURING an investigation of sera from frequently transfused patients, a human serum containing an iso-precipitin was found. The serum was from a 10-year-old boy suffering from haemophilia A, who had received more than 40 blood transfusions. No special transfusion reactions had been recorded.