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When the patient's plasma was non-reactive with panel cells, and very weak and unidentifiable in the post-transfusion RBC eluate, no attempt was made to try to enhance the weak antibodies.

We now know that the patient has anti-Jka and that it disappeared rapidly from the patient's plasma after transfusion with group O Rh-negative Red Blood Cells.

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