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Type: Artigo
Title: International society of blood transfusion working party on red cell immunogenetics and blood group terminology : report of the Dubai, Copenhagen and Toronto meetings
Author: Storry, Jill R.
Clausen, Frederik Banch
Castilho, Lilian
Chen, Qing
Daniels, Geoff
Denomme, Greg
Flegel, Willy A.
Gassner, Christoph
de Haas, Masja
Hyland, Catherine
Ji Yanli
Keller, Margaret
Lomas-Francis, Christine
Nogues, Nuria
Olsson, Martin L.
Peyrard, Thierry
van der Schoot, Ellen
Tani, Yoshihiko
Thornton, Nicole
Wagner, Franz
Weinstock, Christoph
Wendel, Silvano
Westhoff, Connie
Yahalom, Vered
Abstract: The International Society of Blood Transfusion (ISBT) Working Party for Red Cell Immunogenetics and Blood Group Terminology meets in association with the ISBT congress and has met three times since the last report: at the international meetings held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 2016 and Toronto, Canada, June 2018; and at a regional congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2017 for an interim session. As in previous meetings, matters pertaining to blood group antigen nomenclature and classification were discussed. New blood group antigens were approved and named according to the serologic and molecular evidence presented. Fifteen new blood group antigens were added to eight blood group systems. One antigen was made obsolete based on additional data. Consequently, the current total of blood group antigens recognized by the ISBT is 360, of which 322 are clustered within 36 blood groups systems. The remaining 38 antigens are currently unassigned to a known system. Clinically significant blood group antigens continue to be discovered, through serology/sequencing and/or recombinant or genomic technologies
Subject: Grupos sanguíneos
Country: Suiça
Editor: Wiley
Rights: Fehado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/vox.12717
Date Issue: 2019
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