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Are antibodies to the blood group antigen M clinically relevant?

Black, A. ; Ditz, D. ; Holler, E. ; Schmitz, Gerd ; Ahrens, Norbert


Incompatible transfusions in patients with antibodies to red blood cells (RBC) are usually omitted. Anti-M is one of the most frequent irregular antibodies to RBC. The relevance of this cold reactive antibody remains usually obscure. We report on a M and N positive patient, who got transplanted with peripheral blood stem cells containing 319 mL plasma with an antibody to M that was clearly ...


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