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B-Gblood group system
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ABO is the most important blood group system in transfusion medicine and transplantation immunology.
Who was the first scientist to demonstrate phenotypic differences of the ABO blood group system?
In the present study, Table 1 shows a number of cases distributed in ABO and Rh blood group system. Table 1 shows that majority of cases are of B positive and O positive blood group types with each having 18 and 14 subjects, respectively, while least number of subjects was in A negative and B negative group each having 1 and 3 individuals, respectively.
ABO and Rhesus blood groups are the major human blood group systems.
It seems that the clinical significance of blood group systems now extends beyond the traditional boundaries of transfusion medicine.
A study of incidence of hypertension in ABO and rhesus blood group system. Int J Biol Med Res.
Following the discovery of the K antigen, more antigens were also found in this blood group system, which is a common pattern of discovery in this field.
Schmitt-Ruth, "ABO blood group system, age, sex, risk factors and cardiac infarction," Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, vol.
IHD, the most important cardiovascular disease, emerged as a major health problem in most societies in the twentieth century, affecting many people and often resulting in death or disability, and, during this period, only an effort to associate ABO blood group system with IHD had started to evaluate ABO gene as a possible risk factor in its causation.
ABO blood group system is comprised of two RBC antigens (A and B) and 6 different genotypes i.e.
The Rhesus (Rh) blood group system was discovered by Landsteiner and Wiener in 1940.
Olsson, The ABO blood group system revisited: a review and update", Immunohematology, 25(2):48-59(2009).