Blood grouping is the determination of the presence or absence of ABO and RH1 (D) antigens.
Blood group determination is performed in 2 steps:
- Forward typing, where the presence of antigens on the surface of Red Blood Cells (RBC) is investigated with known antisera (
- Reverse typing, where the presence of anti-ABO antibodies in the plasma is investigated with known antigens (commercial RBC)
The agreement between forward and reverse typing is a sine qua non condition for the determination of a blood group.
DIAGAST produces monoclonal antibodies and RBC for the forward and reverse typing, respectively.
|ANTI-A (ABO1) 5×10 ml||70501||Technical insert|
|ANTI-A (ABO1) 100×10 ml||70540||Technical insert|
|ANTI-B (ABO2) 5×10 ml||70502||Technical insert|
|ANTI-B (ABO2) 100×10 ml||70541||Technical insert|
|ANTI-A,B (ABO3) 5×10 ml||70503||Technical insert|
|NEG CONTROL||79000||Technical insert|
|ANTI-A1 (ABO4)||71025||Technical insert|
|ANTI-H (H1)||71026||Technical insert|
|HEMATEST A1, B||58950||Technical insert|
|HEMATEST A1, A2, B, O||51999||Technical insert|
|ANTI-D (RH1) TOTEM 5×10 ml||71010||Technical insert|
|ANTI-D (RH1) TOTEM 100×10 ml||70544||Technical insert|
|ANTI-D (RH1) IgG||71020||Technical insert|
|ANTI-D (RH1) IgM I||71000||Technical insert|
|ANTI-D (RH1) IgM II||71005||Technical insert|