Stability of red cell antigens and plasma coagulation factors stored in a non-diethylhexyl phthalate-plasticized container.

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Red cell antigen stability studies were performed to evaluate whether the storage of red cells in plastic segments made up of a new non-di-2(ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)-plasticized material resulted in poststorage antigenic reactivity different from that seen in segments made from DEHP-containing plastic. Serial 1-in-2 dilutions of commercially available… (More)

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@article{Snyder1993StabilityOR, title={Stability of red cell antigens and plasma coagulation factors stored in a non-diethylhexyl phthalate-plasticized container.}, author={Edward L. Snyder and Sherri Hedberg and P A Napychank and Cheryl Ann Roberts and L R Kagen and Rick Aster and K Quinlan and A Strucaly and Donald H. Buchholz}, journal={Transfusion}, year={1993}, volume={33 6}, pages={515-9} }