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NEW YORK – Ortho Clinical Diagnostics said today that the US Food and Drug Administration has cleared its Ortho Sera suite of reagents that enable extended antigen phenotyping.

The product was cleared for use with the Ortho Vision analyzer.

Ortho said that the reagents cover more than 99 percent of the most commonly tested blood group antigens, providing support for patients with unexpected antibodies. The reagents' antisera additive approach allows extended phenotyping to be personalized according to patient needs, reducing waste, and enhancing efficiency, the firm said.

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