Red Cell Antibodies:

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Have you been told you have an “a-typical” antibody? Have you been deferred as a blood or plasma donor due to it?  We are looking for patients who have been identified as having one of the many red cells that there are.  We need participants to donate plasma so that their antibodies can be used in further research as well as manufacturing into controls for test kits to diagnose others like yourself.    Below is just a list of some of the red cells we are currently looking for:

Participants are compensated for their donations and if travel is involved we take care of all travel related expenses so there is no cost to you and you still earn your compensation while you are donating.  Also, since it’s a plasmapheresis procedure and you get your red cells back thru the process you are able to donate more frequently than say a blood drive.  Plasma donors are able to donate 2x per week with one day off between donations.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Must be 18-65 Years in age
  • Must weigh at least 110lbs or more
  • MUST be HIV/HCV & HBV negative

 

Anti-c
Anti-C
Anti-cW
Anti-D
Anti-D Slide
Anti-D/C
Anti-E
Anti-Fya
Anti-Fyb
Anti-Jka
Anti-K
Anti-Kpb
Anti-Lea
Anti-Lea/Leb
Anti-M
Anti-s
Anti-S
Anti-U
Anti-Vel

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