polyagglutination

polyagglutination

(pŏ-lē-a-glū-tĭ-nā′shŭn)
Red cells that are agglutinated by a large proportion of adult human sera regardless of blood group.
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(29,30) Genotyping has numerous advantages, including not being affected by immunoglobulin coating of the RBCs, by the presence of recently transfused RBCs, or by any form of polyagglutination. (30) High-throughput genotyping methods can be applied to both patients and blood donors, resulting in the possibility of providing genotype-matched, rather than just ABO/RhD-matched or crossmatch-compatible, RBCs.
A Prolonged storage at room temperature can result in bacterial proliferation with hemolysis and a tendency toward polyagglutination, is, therefore, not recommended.