Red blood cell depletion from bone marrow and peripheral blood buffy coat: a comparison of two new and three established technologies.

Sorg N, Poppe C, Bunos M, Wingenfeld E, Hümmer C, Krämer A, Stock B, Seifried E, Bonig H
Transfusion 2015

Abstract

Red blood cell (RBC) depletion is a standard technique for preparation of ABO-incompatible bone marrow transplants (BMTs). Density centrifugation or apheresis are used successfully at clinical scale. The advent of a bone marrow (BM) processing module for the Spectra Optia (Terumo BCT) provided the initiative to formally compare our standard technology, the COBE2991 (Ficoll, manual, "C") with the Spectra Optia BMP (apheresis, semiautomatic, "O"), the Sepax II NeatCell (Ficoll, automatic, "S"), the Miltenyi CliniMACS Prodigy density gradient separation system (Ficoll, automatic, "P"), and manual Ficoll ("M"). C and O handle larger product volumes than S, P, and M.

Affiliation: German Red Cross Blood Service Baden-Württemberg-Hessen, Institute Frankfurt.

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