Anti-k (Cellano) Monoclonal Reagent – 2ml

Anti-K, anti-k, anti-Kpa and anti-Kpb have been implicated in Haemolytic Transfusion Reactions and Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn.



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    Anti-k (Cellano) Monoclonal Reagent – 2ml

    The K, k, Kpa and Kpb antigens were reported between 1946 and 1958. The Kell system antigens are fully developed at birth and the K antigen is very immunogenic.

    This reagent will cause indirect agglutination (clumping) of test red cells, that carry the corresponding k (Cellano) antigen, in the antiglobulin phase of testing. No agglutination generally indicates the absence of the corresponding k (Cellano) antigen.

    Rapid Labs Monoclonal Anti-k (Cellano) blood grouping reagent is prepared from an antibody clone diluted in a sodium chloride solution containing macromolecular potentiators and bovine albumin. Each Rapid Labs reagent is supplied at the correct dilution for use with indirect gel card and Coombs tube techniques without the need for further dilution or addition.

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