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Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd United Kingdom
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Transfusion is a journal indexed in SJR in Immunology and Immunology and Allergy with an H index of 145. It has a price of 2395 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,999 and it has a best quartile of Q2. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,999.

Transfusion focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: blood, cell, platelet, plasma, red, cord, platelets, autologous, cells, donation, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

blood, cell, platelet, plasma, red, cord, platelets, autologous, cells, donation, peripheral, patterns, men, cryopreservation, stem, antibody, potential, patients, outcomes, outcome, maternal, marrow, banking, fetal, early, donors, donor,

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Evaluation of a new generation of culture bottle using an automated bacterial culture system for detecting nine common contaminating organisms found in platelet components

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Evaluation of a new generation of plastic culture bottles with an automated microbial detection system for nine common contaminating organisms found in PLT components

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Antibodies to hepatitis E virus among several populations in Greece: increased prevalence in an hemodialysis unit

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Weakening or loss of antibody reactivity after prewarm technique

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Antibodies to high-frequency antigens may decrease the quality of transfusion support: an observational study

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Identification of the Kna/Knb polymorphism and a method for Knops genotyping

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The use of a chemiluminescence-linked universal bacterial ribosomal RNA gene probe and blood gas analysis for the rapid detection of bacterial contamination in white cell-reduced and nonreduced platelets

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Elevated alanine aminotransferase in Brazilian blood donors

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Infection by an unenveloped DNA virus associated with non-A to -G hepatitis in Japanese blood donors with or without elevated ALT levels

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Purification of severe acute respiratory syndrome hyperimmune globulins for intravenous injection from convalescent plasma

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Retrograde transmission of Proteus mirabilis during platelet transfusion and the use of arbitrarily primed polymerase chain reaction for bacteria typing in suspected cases of transfusion transmission of infection

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Molecular basis of Cromer blood group antigens

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Growth of bacteria in inoculated platelets: implications for bacteria detection and the extension of platelet storage

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Infection by hepatitis C virus through contaminated intravenous immune globulin: results of a prospective national inquiry in France

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Prediction of fetal blood group and platelet antigens from maternal plasma using next-generation sequencing

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Potential value ofPlasmodium falciparum-associated antigen and antibody detection for screening of blood donors to prevent transfusion-transmitted malaria

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Virus reduction in the preparation of intravenous immune globulin: in vitro experiments

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The polymerase chain reaction in transfusion medicine

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Human platelet antigen-specific alloantibodies implicated in 1162 cases of neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia

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Failure to detect human cytomegalovirus DNA in peripheral blood leukocytes of healthy blood donors by the polymerase chain reaction

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Cytokines in transfusion medicine

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Fatal transfusion-transmittedBabesia microtiin the Midwest

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Additional evidence for more than one agent of human non-A, non-B hepatitis. Transmission and passage studies in chimpanzees

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Changing patterns of blood transfusions in four sets of United States hospitals, 1980 to 1985

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