Emergency solution (new AB substance)

Until mad cow crisis, hospitals were using a so called “AB substance” which allowed them to neutralize anti-A and anti-B antibodies from patient’s blood in many difference prescription cases.

This AB substance was extracted from bovine intestines and had been therefore forbidden after the mad cow crises because of potential prion presence in this substance that was deemed prone to trigger Creutzfeldt-Jakob encephalopathy.

It is now possible to use again such a liquid solution that GlycoBAR can provide to neutralize anti-A and anti-B antibodies thus preventing hemolysis risk in many prescription cases.