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Immunohematology is the study of antigen/antibody reactions as it relates to the safe transfusion of blood and blood products. Immunohematology is also called “blood banking.” Topics covered include the major nine blood group systems, blood group genetics, antibody detection and identification, component therapy, and adverse reactions to transfusion. This course will focus on basic laboratory techniques and the fundamental theories behind them. Prerequisite: MLAT 1314

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