Prospects for the provision of genotyped blood for transfusion.

@article{Denomme2013ProspectsFT,
  title={Prospects for the provision of genotyped blood for transfusion.},
  author={Gregory A Denomme},
  journal={British journal of haematology},
  year={2013},
  volume={163 1},
  pages={3-9}
}
Blood group genotyping is gaining widespread adoption in blood centres and transfusion services. The current interest for a blood centre is its use as a screening tool to accurately predict donor phenotypes. However, not only is blood group genotyping used to screen for uncommon and rare types on a mass-scale, it can be used to optimize the inventory of multiple antigen-negative screened units. In addition, blood group genotyping provides blood types when antisera are not available, it can… CONTINUE READING

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