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  1. Here's the antibody screen: Cell IS 37C AHG SC 1 neg neg 1+ SC 2 neg neg 1+ Auto neg neg neg The possible interpretations are: 1. single warm antibody, antigen present on both cells 2. antibody to high prevalence antigen 3. complement binding by a cold antibody not detected at IS Can someone explain interpretation #3?
  2. Can someone explain interpretation #2 and give examples of cold antibodies that can cause these Ab screen results? Here's a example of an antibody screen: Cell IS 37C AHG SC 1 2+ neg 1+ SC 2 3+ 1+ 2+ Auto neg neg neg Possible interpretations according to textbook: 1. multiple antibodies, warm & cold 2. potent cold antibody binding complement in AHG
  3. I'm looking for something like this http://aabb.org/programs/publications/Documents/132020QDB.pdf (Unfortunately it does not have answers.) I'm taking blood bank right now and antibody ID has been a little difficult. I'm wondering if anybody has problem sets or if there is a workbook available (my textbook does not have many problem sets for panels/antibody ID) that could help me get the hang of it. The few examples or case studies I've seen in the book or in class are not enough, in my opinion. All the study guide books also only have 2 or 3 panels. It would also be nice if the book has explanation in addition to answers. I'm not looking for SBB level case studies or problems. I'm still new to this.
  4. I'm looking for something like this http://aabb.org/programs/publications/Documents/132020QDB.pdf (Unfortunately it does not have answers.) I'm taking blood bank right now and antibody ID has been a little difficult. I'm wondering if anybody has problem sets or if there is a workbook available (my textbook does not have many problem sets for panels/antibody ID) that could help me get the hang of it. The few examples or case studies I've seen in the book or in class are not enough, in my opinion. All the study guide books also only have 2 or 3 panels. It would also be nice if the book has explanation in addition to answers. I'm not looking for SBB level case studies or problems. I'm still new to this.
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