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Notari 4th, E.P., Orton, S.L., Cable, R.G., et al. (2001) Seroprevalence of Known and Putative Hepatitis Markers in United States Blood Donors with ALT Levels at Least 120 IU per L [J]. Transfusion, 41, 751-755. http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1537-2995.2001.41060751.x

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  • TITLE: New Standpoint of ALT Test for Blood Safety in Dongguan Blood Center

    AUTHORS: Ziyi He, Fuping Liu, Dewen Wang, Jialin Che, Jialin Che

    KEYWORDS: Blood Donor; ALT; NAT-HBV/HCV; ELISA-HBV/HCV; Investigation

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Clinical Diagnostics, Vol.4 No.1, March 21, 2014

    ABSTRACT: Objective: To investigate the relationship between the single ALT positive (ELSIA-HBV/HCV negative) and NAT-HBV/HCV on blood donor samples. Methods: 28710 samples were surveyed retrospectively from Dec. 2010 to Dec. 2011. ALT was detected by rate method, and the single ALT positive samples were detected by ELSIA-HBV/HCV and NAT-HBV/HCV. The relationship between the single ALT positive and NAT-HBV/HCV were analyzed. 21 samples, values in 40 U/L ≤ ALT ≤ 70 U/L, were selected at random from 2516 samples with single ALT positive, which were second detected by ELISA and NAT in the second donation. Results: 2516 (8.74%) single ALT positive samples (ELSIA-HBV/HCV negative) were found in 28710 donors. Among these samples, 8 (2.8/10000) positive were detected by NAT, including 5 HBV-DNA-positive and 3 HCV-RNA-positive. Obviously, positive rate of NAT from the donors whose ALT value ≤ 70 U/L were lower than those of ≥ 71 U/L (P