The clinical significance of anti-H in an individual with the Oh (Bombay) phenotype.

@article{Davey1978TheCS,
  title={The clinical significance of anti-H in an individual with the Oh (Bombay) phenotype.},
  author={Richard J Davey and M A Tourault and Paul V. Holland},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={1978},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={738-42}
}
To evaluate the clinical significance of anti-H present in individuals with the Oh (Bombay) phenotype, red blood cell 51chromium survival studies and related serological tests were undertaken in an Oh (Bombay) individual. A small sample of group O donor red blood cells was labeled with 51chromium and infused into the patient. The T 1/2 of the infused cells was six minutes, with two percent of the cells surviving at 24 hours. A similar study using the patient's own labeled red blood cells… CONTINUE READING

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