18 October 2019 (Friday) - Weak D
Here’s something I found today in the lab…
We perform D groups with two different reagents. Usually we get a “really good” reaction in Rh(D) positive people. But this one wasn’t “really good”; it was rather weak compared to what we usually get. This person has a “weak” D (as opposed to a “partial” D.
This made me think, and I looked the thing up on-line. There’s a couple of links to be read here and here, and the Blood Bank Guy has things to say on the matter (even if it is from a few years ago)
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