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A New Anti-Ag Serum (Serum B.N.)

Nature volume 212, pages 206207 (08 October 1966) | Download Citation

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DURING an investigation of sera from about 200 polytransfused individuals (collected at the City of Stockholm Blood Transfusion Centre), one serum (from patient B. N.) was found which formed precipitates with 230 (93.9 per cent) of 245 sera from unrelated individuals living in the Stockholm area. This patient suffers from severe haemophilia A and has received forty-five transfusions since 1943. The method used for demonstrating this isoprecipitin is a gel diffusion on microscope slides as described elsewhere1.

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  1. State Institute for Blood Group Serology, Statens Rättskemiska Laboratorium, Stockholm.

    • JAN HIRSCHFELD
  2. City of Stockholm Blood Transfusion Centre, Stockholm.

    • PETER UNGER
    •  & OLOF RAMGREN

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