Thermal amplitude test.

@article{Hopkins2013ThermalAT,
  title={Thermal amplitude test.},
  author={Courtney Hopkins and Tiffany K Walters},
  journal={Immunohematology},
  year={2013},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={49-50}
}
The thermal amplitude test is performed to determine the reactivity of a cold autoantibody at varying temperatures: 4° C, 22° C, 30° C, and 37° C. Cold autoantibodies that are reactive at temperatures greater than 30° C have the potential to be clinically significant regardless of the antibody titer. Cold antibodies that are reactive at temperatures less than 30° C are not considered to be clinically significant. 

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