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For two hours. " HEMAGGLUTINATION TESTS FOR "BLOCKING" ANTIBODY It was previously noted (Chap. 1, p. 12) that only about 50% of mothers of children with erythroblastosis fetalis were found to contain anti-Rh antibody in the early studies of Levine and his co-workers (13). In these studies, the usual tests for antibody were carried out with saline-washed cell suspensions. Subsequent studies by Race (14) and by Wiener (15) demonstrated that sera from a much higher proportion of such mothers contained anti-Rh (D) antibody but that this antibody was detectable by its capacity to combine with Rh (D) positive erythrocytes and coat them so that they were no longer able to be agglutinated by an anti-Rh (D) serum which agglutinated D positive cells in saline (blocking test).