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Garratty G, Reid M, Westhoff C, editors. Proceedings of a workshop on molecular methods in immunohematology. Transfusion 2007;47(Suppl 1):S1–100S.
- Standards for molecular testing for red cell, platelet, and neutrophil antigens.1st edition. AABB, Bethesda (MD)2008
- International Society of Blood Transfusion committee on terminology for red cell surface antigens: Macao report.Vox Sang. 2009; 96: 153-156
- Mid-throughput blood group phenotype prediction by pooled capillary electrophoresis.Transfusion. 2008; 48: 1169-1173
- Rapid and/or high-throughput genotyping for red blood cell, platelet and leukocyte antigens, and forensic applications.Clin Chim Acta. 2006; 363: 165-176
- Introduction of a real-time based blood group genotyping approach.Vox Sang. 2008; 95: 125-130
- Application of real-time PCR and melting curve analysis in rapid Diego blood group genotyping.Transfusion. 2008; 48: 195A
- Evaluation of PCR-ASP and real time PCR using fluorescent dye and melting curve analysis for yt(YT) blood group genotyping.Transfusion. 2009; 49: 134A
- FY*X real-time polymerase chain reaction with melting curve analysis associated with a complete one-step real-time FY genotyping.Vox Sang. 2007; 92: 142-147
- Rapid genotyping of blood group systems using the pyrosequencing technique.Vox Sang. 2002; 83: 104-105
- Rapid genotyping of blood group antigens by multiplex polymerase chain reaction and DNA microarray hybridization.Transfusion. 2005; 45: 667-679
- A flexible array format for large-scale, rapid blood group DNA typing.Transfusion. 2005; 45: 680-688
- Determination of 24 minor red blood cell antigens for more than 2000 blood donors by high-throughput DNA analysis.Transfusion. 2007; 47: 736-747
- Set-up and routine use of a database of 10,555 genotyped blood donors to facilitate the screening of compatible blood components for alloimmunized patients.Vox Sang. 2009; 97: 61-68
- High-throughput multiplex single-nucleotide polymorphism analysis for red cell and platelet antigen genotypes.Transfusion. 2009; 45: 660-666
- Blood group genotyping: from patient to high through-put donor screening.Vox Sang. 2009; 97: 198-206
- Blood group genotyping for Jka/Jkb, Fya/Fyb, S/s, Kpa/Kpb, Jsa/Jsb, Coa/Cob, and Lua/Lub with microarray beads.Transfusion. 2008; 48: 505-512
- Development of a new blood group genotyping platform using nanofluidic PCR.Transfusion. 2008; 48: 23A
- High-throughput red blood cell antigen genotyping using a nanofluidic real-time PCR polymerase chain reaction platform.Transfusion. 2010; 50: 40-46
- Molecular diagnostics in transfusion medicine: In capillary, on a chip, in silico, or in flight.Transfus Med Hemother. 2009; 36: 181-187
- High throughput non-invasive determination of fetal rhesus D status using automated extraction of cell-free fetal DNA in maternal plasma and mass spectrometry.Arch Immunol Ther Exp. 2009; 279: 533-537
- ABO genotyping by minisequencing analysis.Transfusion. 2004; 44: 943-944
- Detection of blood group genes using multiple SNaPshot method.Transfusion. 2009; 49: 740-749
- Red cell genotyping and the future of pretransfusion testing.Blood. 2009; 114: 248-256
- Predicting the effect of transfusing only phenotype matched RBCs to patients with sickle cell disease: theoretical and practical implications.Transfusion. 2002; 42: 684-690
- Red cell genotyping: a cost effective approach to screening large numbers of donors.Transfusion. 2009; 49: 135A
- The value of maintaining special screened RBC inventory by molecular testing in a tertiary care hospital.Transfusion. 2009; 49: 242A
- Clinical significance of RBC alloantibodies and autoantibodies in sickle cell patients who received transfusions.Transfusion. 2002; 42: 37-43
- Prospective RBC phenotype matching in a stroke-prevention trial in sickle cell anemia: a multicenter transfusion trial.Transfusion. 2001; 41: 1086-1092
- Immune hemolytic anemias.Churchill Livingstone, Philadelphia2004 (p. 379)
- Donors with a rare pheno (geno) type.Vox Sang. 2005; 95: 236-253
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