This reagent directly agglutinates red cells with normal C antigen expression as well as Cweak and Cx cells. The weakest reactions usually reported are with R2RZ phenotypes.
Anti-C (clone MS-273) TW
The reactivity of TW is almost exactly the same as BN.
Anti-c (clone MS-33) TK
TK reacts strongly with all red cells with normal expression of the c antigen.
Anti-c (clone MS-35) TV
The reactivity of TV is matched with that of TK.
Anti-E (clones MS-80/MS-258) TA
TA directly agglutinates red cells with normal E antigen expression. There are significant numbers of weak and variant expressions of E. These vary with ethnic types. This reagent detects Ew red cells – found in European populations.
Anti-E (clones MS-12/MS-260) GI
This reagent has the same reactivity as TA and also agglutinates Ew red cells.
Anti-e (clones MS-16/21/63) TU
The TU blended reagent gives excellent performance in agglutinating red cells with normal and variant expression of the e antigen.
Anti-e (clones MS-62/MS-69) GK
This reagent has a broad specificity which is slightly different than that of TU.
Anti-CDE BW (clones MS-24/201/80/26)
This blended reagent has an excellent record as the replacement for polyclonal anti-CDE. The IgG anti-D component will detect D category VI cells by the indirect anti-human globulin method.
Anti-Cw (clone MS-110) TX
This reagent directly agglutinates Cw (RH8) red cells.
Monoclonal Control Reagent TT
Millipore finished reagents have low protein formulations and in routine usage, parallel testing with a monoclonal control is not required. When typing samples from patients know to be DAT positive or with protein abnormalities, a monoclonal control reagent is available. Parallel testing with TT, Monoclonal Control Reagent will confirm the validity of the test result.