Identification with I-Mag Ident
The identification test for unexpected antibodies using E.M.® Technology is based on the magnetisation of red blood cells. The principle of the method uses the indirect antiglobulin test, in solid phase, combined with a magnetic field.
- The plasma or serum of the test subject is incubated with the Group O magnetised red blood cells and the known phenotype “I-Mag Ident”. These red blood cells are sensitised in the presence of the antibody directed against an antigen on their surface.
- Once subjected to a magnetic field, all the magnetised red blood cells migrate to the bottom of the well.
- The monoclonal antiglobulins present in the ScreenLys microplate wells show the presence of immunoglobulins of IgG type attached to the red blood cells. This in turn, leads to formation of a layer of red blood cells at the bottom of the well.
Autologous control can be performed if required.
|ScreenLys Plate||79861||Technical insert|
|I-Mag Diluent||69312||Technical insert|
|I-Mag Ident – Panel of 11 magnetized red blood cells for antibody identification||59859||Technical insert|