An incremental solution to bacterial contamination
Functional characteristics of photochemically treated platelets
Functional characteristics of buffy-coat PLTs photochemically treated with amotosalen-HCl for pathogen inactivation
In vivo PLT increments after transfusions of WBC-reduced PLT concentrates stored for up to 7 days
The use of a bacteria detection system to evaluate bacterial contamination in PLT concentrates
Complete or partial seroreversion in immunocompetent individuals after self-limited HCV infection
The significance of third-generation HCV RIBA-indeterminate, RNA-negative results in voluntary blood donors screened with sequential third-generation immunoassays
Evaluation of a new generation of plastic culture bottles with an automated microbial detection system for nine common contaminating organisms found in PLT components
Network computer-assisted transfusion-management system for accurate blood component–recipient identification at the bedside
Transfusions via hand-held syringes and small-gauge needles as risk factors for hyperkalemia
Transfusion of apheresis PLTs from IgA-deficient donors with anti-IgA is not associated with an increase in transfusion reactions
Survival after transfusion as assessed in a large multistate US cohort
Deletion of arginine codon 229 in the Rhce gene alters e and f but not c antigen expression
Measurement of anti-D intrinsic affinity with unlabeled antibodies
The molecular basis of the Rhesus antigen Ew
Compatibility testing without a centrifuge
Cerebral oxygenation and hemodynamics during blood donation studied by near-infrared spectroscopy
Variables determining blockage of WBC-depleting filters by Hb sickle cell trait donations
RBCs labeled at two biotin densities permit simultaneous and repeated measurements of circulating RBC volume
Enhanced effect of vascular endothelial growth factor, thrombopoietin peptide agonist, SCF, and Flt3-L on LTC-IC and reporter gene transduction from umbilical cord blood CD34+ cells
Bacterial contamination of blood
Regarding manufacture of PLTs from whole-blood collections in an era of bacterial contamination testing
Bacterial testing—time to evaluate PLT pools from whole blood
Reactions in first-time high school blood donors
Reactions in first-time high school blood donors
Transfusion-transmitted malaria