The Use of Papain and Bromelin in Blood Bank Screening Procedures: An Evaluation and Comparison with Standard Technics

@inproceedings{Brigid1961TheUO,
  title={The Use of Papain and Bromelin in Blood Bank Screening Procedures: An Evaluation and Comparison with Standard Technics},
  author={Sister M. Brigid},
  year={1961}
}
A comparison of 1-cysteine activated papain and bromelin with saline, albumin and anti-human globulin (AHG) technics in the detection of antibodies to red cells indicated that the enzyme technics are more sensitive than saline and albumin technics; are not significantly different from the AHG technic in the detection of anti-D, anti-C and anti-e; are more sensitive in the detection of anti-E, anti-c and immune anti-A; are less sensitive in the detection of anti-Kell, anti-Duffy, anti-M and anti… CONTINUE READING

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