Introduction
 
A: Serology method 
 
1. ABO –Rh(D) typing (Manual & A utomation)
2. Antibody Screening (Manual & A utomation)
3. Antibody Identification (Manual & A utomation)
4. DAT
5. RBC phenotyping((Manual & A utomation)
6. Antisera and reagent Validation
7. National rare blood program:
- Donor RBC phenotyping
- Deteching and freezing rare RBCs
- Deglycerolization and providing rare RBCs For emergency cases.
8. Education of blood bank staff.
 
B: Molecular
 
1. ABO-typing 
2. ABO-subtyping 
3. RHD zygosity
4. RBC genotyping 
5. D weak typing
6. Detection of RHD Variants
7. Human platelet Antigen (HPA) typing