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HLA Single antigen typing, class I
|Specimen type:||Whole blood|
|Container:||ACD (yellow) solution A|
|Specimen volume:||10.0 mL|
|Note:||The test is used to detect the presence of a specific HLA-A,B or C antigen assoicated with a certain disease (such as B27 assoicated with Ankylosing Spondylitis, B51 with Behcet's Syndrome, or A29 with Birdshot Retinochoroidopathy).|