Lymphocyte (HLA) Cross Match Total (T+B) cells Test50+ booked in last 3 days
It helps determine if the intended recipient has antibodies directed against antigens present on the donor’s lymphocytes.
Frequently Asked Questions
This test is done for cross matching; to see reaction of patients serum with donor lymphocytes
This step may be done in some cases after a potential donor has been identified.
It helps determine if the intended recipient has antibodies directed against antigens present on the donor’s lymphocytes. Serum from the intended recipient is mixed with white blood cells (T and B lymphocytes) from the donor. Any reaction detected (a positive result) would indicate likely incompatibility between the two. The crossmatch result should always be interpreted along with known information regarding the recipient’s HLA antibodies and the donor’s HLA typing.
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