26 Jul 2023

New course available: Antigen and antibody variation and antihuman globulin

Deepen your understanding of antigen-antibody reactions and their importance in laboratory practice with our new course: Antigen and Antibody Variation. This course is designed for laboratory technicians, scientists, and clinicians entering the field, offering valuable insights into the use of polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies, the impact of genetic variation on blood bank tests, and the role of antihuman globulin reagents.

Course Highlights:
  • Explore polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies in laboratory testing.
  • Understand the influence of genetic variation on test interpretation.
  • Discover the critical role of antihuman globulin reagents in antibody detection and transfusion practice.
  • Complete the course at your own pace (1-2 hours).

Earn 1.5 CME points by successfully completing Course 4, accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Haematology (EBAH). Claim your points by creating a CME account on the EBAH website.

Enrol now to expand your antigen and antibody variation expertise and enhance your laboratory skills!