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grouping

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(communications)
Periodic error in the spacing of recorded lines in a facsimile system.

Grouping

Arrangement of the major architectural forms of a building; such as a main structure plus its wings, or the arrangement of elements on the facade.
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Blood grouping showed that blood group "B" was commonest among both Rh Negative and Rh Positive participants (Table-1).
Thirty teeth were examined for blood grouping maximally 6 months after extraction.
Although almost 400 blood grouping antigens have been reported, the ABO and Rh are recognized as the major (clinically significant) blood group antigens.
Delivery of serological reagents, liquids, consumables needed to perform immunohematologicznych research in the field of blood grouping method mikrokolumnowa with the analyzer lease for a period of 36 months.
ABO and Lewis blood grouping withABH secretor and non-secretor status: A cross sectionalstudy in Dhaka.
The present study aimed to determine the distribution pattern of ABO/Rh blood grouping and incidence as well as identification of irregular antibodies in healthy blood donors of Uttarakhand region.
Procurement Acquisition Blood Grouping Reagents: Card Loads Abo Rh Card Loads Abo Rh for Newborns Rhesus Phenotype Card Kell Test Card for Enzymatic and Salin Polispecific Antiglobulin Serum Card, Liss Coombs Plastic Tubes for Dilution Technique in Gel Column Agglutination Liss Solution for Agglutination Technique Bromelain Modified for Blood Grouping Panel Irregular Antibody Screening Test Sera of Monoclonal Anti-A, Anti-B, Anti-Ab Serum Monoclonal Anti-D Assay (Igm + Igg) Blood Group Card for Identification at the Bedside, Blood Group Ab0 + D -With Self Included, with Self-Adhesive Protective Film Card Type Analysis Astrup
Objective: To determine an association between ABO blood grouping and rhesus (Rh) typing in patients with PTB (both sputum positive and negative) and extrapulmonary tuberculosis.
Under a septic preventive measure by finger prick method, non-haemolysed blood samples were collected and emergency based glass slide or tile was used for identification of ABO blood grouping and Rhesus factors (Rh) typing.
are the methods most commonly used as identification tools;(1,2) yet some supplementary aids like lip prints, palatal rogue pattern, bite marks, ABO & RH blood grouping of blood stains obtained from the site of crime, deserve equal importance for accurate identification at certain scenarios(1,3)