Detect donor-specific HLA antibodies against Class I and/or Class II antigens.
The DSA assay makes it possible to screen for the presence of antibodies directed against the HLA antigens of the donor. It is ideal for pre- and post-transplant testing.
- Detect donor specific HLA IgG antibodies against Class I and/or Class II antigens in a single well
- Freeze donor lysate for future testing
- No cell viability issues
- Run from 1 to 91 assays at a time
Research Use Only (RUO). Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Valia Bravo-Egana, PhD, F(ACHI), MBA, Director, Technical Supervisor and Clinical Consultant, Histocompatibility/Immunology Laboratory, Medical College of Georgia
Sam Ho, PhD, D(ABHI), FAACC, HLA Lab Director, Gift of Hope Organ & Tissue Donor Network
Ellen Klohe, PhD, D(ABHI), HLA Laboratory Director, Vitalant Spokane Laboratory
Webinars & Workshops
Effect of HLA class I signal peptide variation on HLA-E expression and natural killer cell function
October 14th 2022
ASHI Annual Meeting 2022
October 24th 2022
Immunohematology Wet Workshop – Arkansas, USA
November 2nd 2022