Anti-N Lectin for the tube or DiaMed-ID Micro Typing Techniques
The reagent will cause agglutination (clumping) of test red cells, that carry the N antigen, after centrifugation. No agglutination generally indicates the absence of the N antigen.
Rapid Labs Anti-N Lectin blood grouping reagent is prepared from an extract of Vicia graminae seeds, diluted with a sodium chloride solution containing bovine albumin. The reagent is supplied at optimal dilution for use with all recommended techniques stated below without the need for further dilution or addition.
Available in 2ml or 5ml vials.