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What is anti-D immunoglobulin?

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Anonymous 19 Apr 2012

Anti-D immunoglobulin is made from a part of the blood called plasma that is collected from donors. The production of anti-D immunoglobulin is very strictly controlled to ensure that the chance of a known infective agent being passed from the donor to the person receiving the anti-D immunoglobulin is very low.

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