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  • n. The study of the relationships between disorders of the blood and the immune system


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  • BLUD, which is in the process of being taken private, thrived in large part on introducing automation to immunohematology.

  • Japanese subsidiary as well as our molecular immunohematology operations to attain expected revenue, gross margin and net income levels; the outcome of any legal claims or regulatory investigations known or unknown, including the ongoing investigation by the Federal Trade

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  • The increase was primarily attributable to increased research and development expenses related to the next generation automated instrument for molecular immunohematology.

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  • Strong blend of academic achievement and educational expertise in the field of transfusion science and immunohematology.

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  • We received a full CE Mark for our test for all the 32 antigens and we are the first company to achieve this for the molecular immunohematology product.

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  • Turning to our molecular business, we are making progress on our molecular immunohematology strategy. Home Page

  • We have gained market share worldwide thanks to our instrumentation and our focus on the needs of blood banks, and we have continued to implement our long-term strategy by investing in our future with molecular immunohematology. Home Page

  • Immucor is leading the drive to automate the immunohematology market and has a valuable franchise.

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  • The Memorial Award was founded as a lectureship in 1963 and is given annually to a person who has demonstrated teaching ability and made a major contribution to the fields of immunohematology, transfusion medicine, and cellular therapies.


  • So those with genetic roots in parts of the world where malaria is endemic are more likely to inherit the sickle cell trait, said Tulsa's OBI immunohematology reference lab. RSS - home


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