Red Cell Genotyping Panel (44 antigens reported**):
M, N, S, s, U, (including Uvar); C, c, E, e (including partial C, partial c, partial e),
V (Rh10), hrS (Rh19), VS (Rh20), hrB (Rh31); K, k, Kpa, Kpb, Jsa, Jsb; Fya, Fyb;
Jka, Jkb; Doa, Dob; Hy, Joa; Lua, Lub; Dia, Dib; Yta, Ytb; Coa, Cob; Cra; Vel
** The following Rh antigens are reported as necessary: Crawford (RH43), JAL (RH48), STEM (RH49), CEST (RH57), CELO (RH58), CEAG (RH59), CEVF (RH61).
STAT Panel (24 antigens reported):
C, c, E, e, M, N, S, s, U, Uvar, K, k, Fya, Fyb,
Jka, Jkb, Jsa, Jsb, Doa, Dob, Lua, Lub, Kpa, Kpb
When phenotyping is not possible due to recent transfusion or a positive DAT.
To help resolve the weak expression of blood group antigens, for example when two or more serological reagents give conflicting results.
When a partial or variant antigen is present leading to conflicting serological antibody investigations.
To provide antigen-negative and crossmatch-compatible blood to help prevent red cell alloimmunization.
To meet the requirements for ordering rare blood from the ARDP*.
* The following alleles are provided on patients for ARDP requests: ce(48C), ce(733G), ceS, ceMO, ceEK, ceBI, ceAR, ceAG, ceJAL, ceCF, and ceTI.