This monograph is an attempt to assemble the many divergent techniques related to the field of blood grouping and present them in a manner which physicians and technicians interested in this subject may understand. The multitude of blood groups are given in the chronology of their discovery, and subsequent sections of the monograph deal individually with each blood group system and the techniques applicable to this system. Where more than one method is acceptable, the author has attempted to choose and justify his choice. Many of the rarer blood groups are dealt with, excluding a few recent blood groups identified on the basis of one antiserum. An especially valuable chapter deals with the methods, materials, and laboratory jargon as it applies to this subject, with special attention to the estimations of endpoints and safeguards in evaluating antiserums.
The section on Rh blood groups has employed the use of the Fisher-Race