Anti-A1 Absorbed agglutinates A1 cells, but reacts negatively or only weakly with A2 cells. Approximately 80% of group A or AB individuals have red cells that are agglutinated by anti-A1 and are thus classified as A1 or A1B. This reagent is available in an ID-Card with 6 microtubes containing human anti-A1 within the gel matrix.
Human; Configuration 6 x A1
Profiles or single test
1 x 12
The H antigen is present on all human red cells, except those with the phenotype Oh (Bombay blood group). H is the precursor substance for A and B antigens.
For the classification of A subgroup status, anti-H should be used in conjunction with anti-A, anti-AB and Anti-A1.
ID-Card with 6 microtubes containing anti-H, monoclonal, within the gel matrix.