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blood typing

[′bləd ‚tīp·iŋ]
(immunology)
Determination of an individual's blood group.
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Analysis of current and emerging molecular blood typing, grouping and infectious disease NAT screening assays.
Baylor was told the father was the appropriate donor for the child, based upon the blood typing performed by Parkland Medical Center, a well-respected governmental institution.
The ABORhCard is a single-use, disposable device that incorporates the necessary blood typing reagents and verification controls.
com/research/b83024/emerging_blood_typ) has announced the addition of the "Emerging Blood Typing, Grouping and Infectious Disease Screening Tests and Companies Developing New Technologies " report to their offering.
Blood Group Genotyping PCR, PCR-RFLP, AS-PCR or PCR-SSP, Multiplex PCR, Real Time PCR, Sanger DNA Sequencing, Pyrosequencing Microarrays BeadChip Array, BloodChip, Genome Lab SNP Stream, Fluidic Microarray Systems, TaqMan OpenArray, MALDI-TOF-MS, Mini-Sequencing Blood Typing and Grouping Tests ABO, Antibody Panels, Antibody Screening/Indirect Antiglobulin, Antigen Typing (C, c, Duffy, E, e, I, i, Kell, Kidd, Le a, b, MN, P, S, s), Antiglobulin (Direct, C3 + IgG, IgG, C3), Crossmatching (Immediate Spin, Full Crossmatch), Rh (D, Du).
com/research/rg5pwn/2015_analysis_of) has announced the addition of the "2015 Analysis of Molecular and Immunohematology Blood Typing, Grouping and Infectious Disease NAT Screening Assays, and Strategic Profiles of Leading Suppliers" report to their offering.
Blood typing typically focuses on determining a person's blood type (either A, B, AB or O) and Rhesus (Rh) factor.
Ten-year volume and sales forecasts for 40 blood typing, grouping and infectious disease screening tests, including NAT procedures performed in Spanish blood banks hospitals and commercial laboratories.
Testing markets covered include: -- Blood Banking and Plasmapheresis Testing -- Blood Typing -- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Testing -- Hepatitis A Virus Testing -- Hepatitis B Virus Testing -- Hepatitis C Virus Testing -- Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus Testing -- West Nile Virus Testing -- Other Safety Testing The market for human blood and blood components continues to expand as a result of the growing and aging populations, particularly in the developed nations.