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ABO blood grouping - RH1(D) - whole blood

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Eurofins Biomnis code

GROUP

Synonyms

  • Blood group determination

Clinic significance

Determination of blood group (ABO) using 2 techniques (Beth-Vincent and Simonin).
Full determination of Rhesus group. This procedure includes testing for the D weak phenotype in pre- and post-natal examinations of the mother and of the babies born to Rh-negative mothers.
According to French legislation dated 4 May 2002, the RH-KEL 1 phenotype is always tested in parallel with the ABO group.

Prenalytics

  • 5 mL
  • EDTA whole blood (do not use tubes with separator gel)
  • Refrigerated

Further information

  • Please also send us any recent blood transfusion details (in the last 4 months). Indicate any technical difficulties encountered during ABO-RH1 blood group testing.
  • RH-KEL1 phenotyping is systematically performed for ABO-RH1 grouping
  • Please specify the patients full civil status on the request form and primary tube: maiden name, married name or surname used, full first name, gender and date of birth. Please send us the primary tube.
  • Enclose the specific clinical information form (R3-INTGB : Immunology-haematology (IA))

Methodology

Gel Filtration or Immunocapture method

Turnaround time

2 days


Pathologist(s) in charge
Biomnis Paris
Specialty
Haematology
Contact(s)
Dr Hind HAJJI
Dr Léna LE FLEM
Phone(s)
+331 49 59 17 08
+331 49 59 17 44

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