Red Blood Cells
There are nine different options for determination of the reverse group, thirteen different options for screening panels with 2 and 4 cells and up to forty-three different cells for the identification of unexpected antibodies.
- Reverse Group Determination
Reagent Red Blood Cells from known A1, A2, B and O group donors for reverse grouping
- Screening of unexpected antibodies
Panels of 2 or 4 cells, with a specifically selected antigen configuration, for screening most of the clinically relevant unexpected antibodies.
- Identification of unexpected antibodies
Eleven-cell and fifteen-cell panels, with an antigen configuration specifically selected for identification of clinically relevant unexpected antibodies. A complementary range of papainized (P) Red Blood Cells is available. Several panels can be used in combination.
DG Gel® Sol
A reagent used for preparing red blood cell suspensions used in DG Gel® techniques
DG Fluid A
DG Fluid A is a saline-base solution used, once diluted, for internal washing (fluid system and probe) of “in vitro” diagnosis devices, together with DG Fluid B.
DG Fluid B
DG Fluid B is a tensioactive solution used, once diluted, for internal washing (fluid system and probe) of “in vitro” diagnosis devices, together with DG Fluid A.
A liquid papain solution for performing enzyme assays in DG Gel® techniques