(Received 6 April 1982; accepted 4 June 1982)
Published Online: 1983
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A simple and inexpensive capillary tube procedure, which can be applied in the forensic science laboratory, is described for the detection of the Lewisa (Lea) and Lewisb (Leb) antigens on red blood cells. This procedure will permit approximately 4000 tests to be performed from a single 2-mL bottle of Lewis antiserum.
Research chemist, FBI Academy, Quantico, VA
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