Prevalence of nucleic acid sequences specific for human parvoviruses, hepatitis A and hepatitis E viruses in coagulation factor concentrates
Monitoring bacterial contamination of blood components in Germany: effect of contamination reduction measures
Processing cord blood from premature infants into autologous red-blood-cell products for transfusion
Transfusion practice in hip arthroplasty – a nationwide study
Overcoming methodical limits of standard RHD genotyping by next-generation sequencing
Miltenberger blood group antigen subtype III (Mi.III) supports Wrb expression
Non-D Rh antibodies appearing after apheresis platelet transfusion: stimulation by red cells or microparticles?
Anti-T haemolysins: the effects of sialic acid removal and 2-aminoethylisothiouronium bromide treatment of erythrocytes on immune lysis
World Health Organization collaborative study to calibrate the 3rd International Standard for Hepatitis C virus RNA nucleic acid amplification technology (NAT)-based assays
Menopausal status affects the susceptibility of stored RBCs to mechanical stress
Lipoprotein enrichment in orange insoluble particulate matter reproducibly appearing in cryoprecipitate
Preparation of granulocyte concentrates by apheresis: collection modalities in the USA
HIV safety in sub-Saharan Africa
Author response to: letter to the editor HIV safety in sub-Saharan Africa
Response to Laub et al., ‘Specific protein content of pools of plasma for fractionation from different sources: impact of frequency of donations’, Vox Sanguinis (2010) 99, 220–231
Intensive plasmapheresis donations contain less immunoglobulin and albumin: consequences for donor health
Addendum to Vox Sanguinis