By Marion E. Reid
The Blood workforce Antigen FactsBook ― winner of a 2013 hugely counseled BMA clinical ebook Award for inner drugs ― has been a vital source within the hematology, transfusion and immunogenetics fields when you consider that its first book within the overdue 1990s.The third edition of The Blood workforce Antigen FactsBook has been thoroughly revised, up-to-date and accelerated to hide all 33 blood team structures. It blends clinical historical past and scientific purposes and gives busy researchers and clinicians with at-a-glance details on over 330 blood crew antigens, together with background and knowledge on terminology, expression, chromosomal project, service molecular description, services, molecular bases of antigens and phenotypes, impression of enzymes/chemicals, medical value, affliction institutions and key references.
- Highly recommended 2013 BMA clinical e-book Award for inner Medicine
- Includes greater than 330 entries on blood staff antigens in person factsheets
- Offers a logical and concise catalogue constitution for every antigen in a better inside layout for speedy reference
- Written by three overseas specialists from the sphere of immunohematology and transfusion medicine
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J. eds) American Association of Blood Banks, Arlington, VA, pp. 23–65. A. et al. (1985) Transfusion 25, 274–277. Long, A. et al. (2002) Immunohematology 18, 120–122. Hil and some Rhnull Molecular basis associated with s antigen1 Amino acid Thr 29 Nucleotide C at bp 143 in exon 4 In addition to Thr 29, some anti-s also require Thr 25 (and/or GalNAc attached to this residue), Glu 28, His 34 and Arg 352. 0 enhances the reactivity of some anti-s. References 1 2 Dahr, W. et al. (1980) Hoppe-Seylers Z.
Is now commonly used1. 01%; Chinese and SE Asians up to 15%. HF Anti-Mia recognizes the amino acid sequence QTND M/K HKRDTY34 but does not require residues C-terminal of the tyrosine at position 342. qxd 7/3/03 7:20 PM Page 48 MNS blood group system Comments Anti-Mia is often present in serum containing anti-Vw. Production of mono clonal anti-Mia (GAMA 210 and CBC-172) showed that anti-Mia exists as a single specificity and that Mia is a discrete antigen3. Mur phenotype RBCs in antibody investigations.
2002) Immunohematology 18, 37–39. Swanson, J. A. (1962) Vox Sang. 7, 585–590. A. et al. (1965) Vox Sang. 10, 206–207. 1% in Caucasians, 2% in Asians and 6% in Japanese. He(Cal) 99 COOH COOH The Sta antigen arises when amino acid at residue 26 of GPB or GPA joins to GPA at residue 59. qxd 7/3/03 7:20 PM Page 61 MNS blood group system Effect of enzymes/chemicals on Sta antigen on intact RBCs Ficin/papain Trypsin ␣-Chymotrypsin Pronase Sialidase DTT 200 mM Acid Variable Resistant Resistant Sensitive Presumed resistant Resistant Resistant In vitro characteristics of alloanti-Sta Immunoglobulin class Optimal technique Complement binding IgM; IgG RT; IAT No Clinical significance of alloanti-Sta No data are available.