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Cytogenetic mapping and orientation of the rhesus macaque MHCHUBER, I; WALTER, L; WIMMER, R et al.Cytogenetic and genome research. 2003, Vol 103, Num 1-2, pp 144-149, issn 1424-8581, 6 p.Article

RHCE*ceMO is frequently in cis to RHD*DAU0 and encodes a hrs-, hrB-, RH: 61 phenotype in black persons: clinical significance : Twenty Years since the Cloning of the Blood Group GenesWESTHOFF, Connie M; VEGE, Sunitha; HORN, Trina et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2013, Vol 53, Num 11, pp 2983-2989, issn 0041-1132, 7 p., 2Article

False-positive results with chemically modified anti-D do not indicate a need to use a separate, immunologically inert Rh control reagentJUDD, W. J; STEINER, E. A; OBERMAN, H. A et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 1988, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 339-341, issn 0041-1132Article

False-positive results with chemically modified anti-DJONES, E. C; SINCLAIR, M; UNRAU, L et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 1987, Vol 27, Num 2, pp 142-144, issn 0041-1132Article

Recent advances in the Rh blood group systemISSITT, P. D.Vox sanguinis (Basel. 1956). 1996, Vol 70, pp 26-33, issn 0042-9007, SUP3Conference Paper

RHCE*ceTI encodes partial c and partial e and is often in cis to RHD*DIVaWESTHOFF, Connie M; VEGE, Sunitha; HIPSKY, Christine Halter et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2013, Vol 53, Num 4, pp 741-746, issn 0041-1132, 6 p.Article

An antiserum identifying a red cell determinant expressed by Rh:33 and by some new depressed Rh phenotypesBIZOT, M; LOMAS, C; RUBIO, F et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 1988, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 342-345, issn 0041-1132Article

Antibody produced against isolated Rh(D) polypeptide reacts with other Rh-related antigensSUYAMA, K; GOLDSTEIN, J.Blood. 1988, Vol 72, Num 5, pp 1622-1626, issn 0006-4971Article

A recombination hot spot in the Rh genes revealed by analysis of unrelated donors with the rare D- phenotypeKEMP, T. J; POULTER, M; CARRITT, B et al.American journal of human genetics. 1996, Vol 59, Num 5, pp 1066-1073, issn 0002-9297Article

The effect of dithiothreitol on the LW antigenKONIGSHAUS, G. J; HOLLAND, T. I.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 1984, Vol 24, Num 6, pp 536-537, issn 0041-1132Article

Early work on the Rh factor including the finding of anti-EDODD, B. E.Vox sanguinis (Basel. 1956). 1984, Vol 47, Num 6, pp 449-451, issn 0042-9007Article

Anti-Rh33, the second separable example, also made by a person who made anti-D and has C+red cellsISSITT, R. D; WREN, M. R; MCDOWELL, M. A et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 1986, Vol 26, Num 6, pp 506-510, issn 0041-1132Article

The low-prevalence Rh antigen STEM (RH49) is encoded by two different RHCE*ce818T alleles that are often in cis to RHD*DOLREID, Marion E; HALTER HIPSKY, Christine; HUE-ROYE, Kim et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2013, Vol 53, Num 3, pp 539-544, issn 0041-1132, 6 p.Article

Intérêt du génotypage Rhésus dans la prévention de l'immunisation foeto-maternelle RhésusBROSSARD, Y; SENDER, A; CARTRON, J.P et al.PROFESSION SAGE-FEMME. 2001, Num 75, pp 19-22, issn 1251-9839Article

Human monoclonal antibodies for the differentiation of Rh-D categoriesERNST, M; WEBER-MUSCAN, M.-T; LENHARD, V et al.Infusionstherapie (1988). 1992, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 9-11, issn 1011-6966Article

Serology and genetics of the red blood cell factor RH34MOORES, P; SMART, E.Vox sanguinis (Basel. 1956). 1991, Vol 61, Num 2, pp 122-129, issn 0042-9007Article

Further investigation of nonspecific biological substance in anti-Rh(D) preparationsPETRI, I. B; LORINCZ, A; BEREK, I et al.Vox sanguinis (Basel. 1956). 1986, Vol 51, Num 4, pp 287-291, issn 0042-9007Article

Use of Rh positive blood in emergency situationsSCHMIDT, P. J; LEPARC, G. F; SAMIA, C. T et al.Surgery, gynecology & obstetrics. 1988, Vol 167, Num 3, pp 229-233, issn 0039-6087Article

A speculative model for the Rh blood groupsTIPPETT, P.Annals of human genetics. 1986, Vol 50, Num 3, pp 241-247, issn 0003-4800Article

Lack of alloimmunization to D antigen in D-negative immunosuppressed liver transplant recipientsCASANUEVA, M; VALDES, M. D; RIBERA, M. C et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 1994, Vol 34, Num 7, pp 570-572, issn 0041-1132Article

Apparent auto-anti-DE of the IgA and IgG classes in a 16-year-old girl with a mature cystic ovarian teratomaSCHÖNITZER, D; KILGA-NOGLER, S.Vox sanguinis (Basel. 1956). 1987, Vol 53, Num 2, pp 102-104, issn 0042-9007Article

Weak D caused by a founder deletion in the RHD geneFICHOU, Yann; CHEN, Jian-Min; LE MARECHAL, Cédric et al.Transfusion (Philadelphia, PA). 2012, Vol 52, Num 11, pp 2348-2355, issn 0041-1132, 8 p.Article

The structure and function of the Rh antigen complexWESTHOFF, Connie M.Seminars in hematology. 2007, Vol 44, Num 1, pp 42-50, issn 0037-1963, 9 p.Article

Epitopes on Rh proteinsSCOTT, M. L; VOAK, D; LIU, W et al.Vox sanguinis (Basel. 1956). 2000, Vol 78, pp 117-120, issn 0042-9007, SUP2Conference Paper

Causes des échecs de la prévention de l'allo-immunisation foeto-maternelle dans le système Rhésus anti-DGRIMAUD, I.LES DOSSIERS DE L'OBSTETRIQUE. 1995, Num 224, pp 6-20Article

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