Rh antigen


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Rh antigen

Transfusion medicine Any of a composite of multiple blood group antigens on RBC membranes–eg, Rh-C–c, C, CG, Cw, Rh-D–D, weak D–formerly Du, Dw, Rh-E–e, E, Ew, Rh-G, Rh-LW, Rh-Nea and Rhnull. See Rh system.
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1) The frequency of the five major Rh antigens in various ethnic groups is listed below: (2)
However, there is no systematic study to understand variants of Rh antigen in different parts of the country in different ethnic populations.
Demonstration of seven epitopes of the Rh antigen D using human monoclonal anti-D antibodies and red cells from D categories.
3 - Gel Microcards allow the determination of the phenotype of the system in terms of Rh antigens C, c, E, e and K antigen of the Kell using monoclonal reagents,- Pos.
Other Rh antigens and blood groups of the Kell, Duffy, and Kidd system can cause HDN and require similar management protocols for their detection.
The products covered under the agreement are a wide range of reagents and test kits used in blood grouping, detection of Rh antigens, cross matching of blood and for the detection of rare antigens in patient or donor blood.