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He adds that the rules have had an especially noticeable impact in cities such as New York, where a substantial proportion of the blood supply historically came from European donors or from donors with extensive travel to or residence in Europe.
What we've just seen with the West Nile virus really demonstrates the susceptibility of the blood supply to a new virus," says Bernadette Alford of the Watertown, Mass.
15) can allow for quick distribution into the tissues and out of the blood.
Peter Schlenke, Head of the Blood Donation Center of the Institute of Immunology and Transfusion Medicine, University of Lubeck School of Medicine, Lubeck, Germany.
Michael Kanter, director of the blood bank and a pathologist at Kaiser Permanente in Woodland Hills.
An entirely new finding was that variations in VDR genotype affected all of the blood pressure measures.
The polymers also envelop the hemoglobin molecule in a layer of water, creating a complex too large to leak out of the blood vessels, he says.
Adding bacterial detection of red cells along with platelets can have a significant impact on the safety of the blood supply," says Allan Ross, President, Pall Medical.