Published in Blood Weekly, February 22nd, 1999
G. Kusnierz-Alejska and colleagues described the characterization of polyagglutinable red cells (RBCs) that had been identified in two generations of a family from Poland ("NOR Polyagglutination and Sta Glycophorin in One Family: Relation of NO Polyagglutination to Terminal (alpha)-Galactose Residues and Abnormal Glycolipids," Transfusion, January 1999;39:32-38).
They tested untreated and modified RBCs of the proposita (TS) by serologic methods. using human sera, antibodies, lectins, and inhibitors of agglutination.
They also characterized...
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