Multiple Antibodies Example, continued: Explanation of Varying Strengths of Reactions

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Multiple Antibodies Example, continued: Explanation of Varying Strengths of Reactions

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Donor Cell NumberDCcEeCwKkKpaKpbJsaJsbFyaFybJkaJkbLeaLebMNSsP1LuaLubISAHGCC
1++00+00+0+0++0+++0+++++0+04+NT
2++00++++0+0+++0+0+0++++0+04+NT
3+0++000+0+0+0+0+0++00++0+03+NT
4+0+0+00+0+0+00+00++++0+0+04+NT
50++0+00+0+0++++++00+0+00+002+
600+++0++0+0+0+++0+++++00+02+NT
700+0+00+0+0++00++0+00++0+002+
800+0+00+0+0+++0+0+++++00+02+NT
900+0+00+0+0++++00+0++0+0+03+NT
10+0+0+0++0+0+0+0+0+0++0+0+04+NT
AC002+
Panel cells 6 and 8: 2+ reactions correspond to S in the heterozygous state.
Panel cell 9: 3+ reaction corresponds to S in the homozygous state (stronger reaction).
Because D is also present on panel cells 1, 2, 4, and 10 the reactions are 4+.