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A serological procedure used to select blood for transfusion. The donor's erythrocytes are mixed with the recipient's serum; agglutination of the erythrocytes indicates incompatibility, demonstrating that the recipient's serum contains antibodies to the donor's erythrocytes.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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