Antibodies that detect Fetal Hemoglobin can be used in several scientific applications, including Flow Cytometry, ELISA, Western Blot, Immunoprecipitation and Immunohistochemistry (Paraffin). These antibodies target Fetal Hemoglobin in Human samples. Our Fetal Hemoglobin monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies are developed in Mouse and Sheep. Find the Fetal Hemoglobin antibody that fits your needs. Choose from 1 of 7 Fetal Hemoglobin antibodies, which have been validated in experiments with 17 publications and 5 images featured in our data gallery.
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Hemorrhage of cells from an Rh+ fetus into the circulation of an Rh- mother may result in the formation of Rh-reactive antibodies in the mother. Rh hemolytic anemia in a subsequent Rh+ fetus may result from placental transfer of antibodies formed in the mother to the fetus. Although the volume of fetal erythrocytes found in the maternal circulation during pregnancy and immediately post-partum is reported to be small and of uncertain clinical significance in many cases, substantial hemorrhage may result from a number of causes including fetal or maternal trauma and placental defects. Erythrocytes containing fetal hemoglobin may be found in individuals of any age, but with lower amounts of fetal hemoglobin compared to fetal red cells. These cells have been termed F cells. High levels of F cells may also exist in adults with a heterogeneous group of genetic disorders of uncertain etiology, referred to as Hereditary Persistence of Fetal Hemoglobin. Other clinical conditions causing significant levels of anemia may also result in elevated levels of F cells. Several clinical conditions have been described with increased levels of F cells. These conditions include hereditary anemic diseases such as sickle cell anemia and thalassemia major.
A-gamma globin; alpha-1 globin; gamma A hemoglobin; gamma globin; Gamma-1-globin; Hb F Agamma; hemoglobin alpha 1; Hemoglobin gamma-1 chain; Hemoglobin gamma-A chain; Hemoglobin subunit gamma-1; hemoglobin, gamma A; hemoglobin, gamma, regulator of
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