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Covers theoretical principles and procedures in immunology and immunohematology as they pertain to the clinical laboratory. Blood banking procedures will be covered including: antigens, antibodies, immune system responses, genetics, antibody identification, compatibility testing, transfusion reactions, component therapy, donor selection and tests, autoimmune hemolytic anemias and hemolytic disease of the newborn. Proficient performance of related laboratory testing is mandatory. Note: This course was previously listed as MLT 141.