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Transplacental passage of anti-s antibody without haemolysis.
  1. A. H. Goldstone,
  2. B. A. McVerry,
  3. M. Cooper


    The production of anti-s antibodies during pregnancy is a rare event and usually causes haemolysis of fetal red cells. A case is presented where an IgG anti-s antibody crossed the placenta, but did not produce any evidence of haemolysis.

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