2016
DOI: 10.4103/2455-8893.189846
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Verification of column agglutination technology with conventional tube technology for naturally occurring antibody titration

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“…Diamed-ID as the first gel-based product for pre-transfusion testing has been recognized for its superiority over conventional tube methods and is [12][13][14][15] currently a reference product in many laboratories. Swarup et al reported the superiority of the gel method (Diamed-ID) over the conventional tube method for compatibility testing and Bromilow et al and Knight de Siva, reported for the antibody screening.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Diamed-ID as the first gel-based product for pre-transfusion testing has been recognized for its superiority over conventional tube methods and is [12][13][14][15] currently a reference product in many laboratories. Swarup et al reported the superiority of the gel method (Diamed-ID) over the conventional tube method for compatibility testing and Bromilow et al and Knight de Siva, reported for the antibody screening.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value were found better for column agglutination technique on comparing with conventional tube technique which was comparable to other studies. 1,2,9,25,30,31 Column agglutination technique is, therefore, simple, rapid, more sensitive and helps in standardisation of laboratory results with objective haemagglutination findings. 32 The only limitation is the cost of gel cards and commercial screening panel.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Anti‐A/B isoagglutinin titre measurement is important to mitigate haemolysis by the transfusion of blood components containing anti‐A/B‐incompatible plasma and to assess antibody‐mediated rejection after ABO‐incompatible organ transplantation [1–3]. Tube test (TT) is a conventional method for measuring anti‐A/B isoagglutinin titre; however, it is labour‐intensive, subjective in interpretation process and difficult to standardize and automatize [4, 5]. Although TT remains standard of care, various technologies have been introduced for measuring anti‐A/B isoagglutinin titres, including column agglutination technology (CAT), erythro‐magnetic technology, flow cytometry and solid‐phase red cell adherence technique [6, 7].…”
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confidence: 99%