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Article | 14-October-2020

Enzyme and DTT treatment of adherent RBCs for antibody identification by a solid phase immunoassay system

for drying RBCs. All tested agents with the exception of chymotrypsin could be applied to RBC drying, but the optimal condition for drying was different from that for intact RBCs. Enzyme or DTT treatment of adherent RBCs and their application in M-MPHA provide a simple and convenient method for antibody identification. Furthermore, the technique of drying treated RBCs provides an even stronger antibody identification tool, since dried RBCs can be stored for a long period.

Toyohiro Tamai, Toshio Mazda

Immunohematology, Volume 18 , ISSUE 4, 114–119

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