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, Swed. Åbo, city (1998 pop. 170,931), capital of Western Finland prov., SW Finland, at the mouth of the Aurajoki River on the Baltic Sea. The center of the fertile agricultural region of SW Finland, it is also the country's largest winter port and an
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The distribution pattern of the ABO blood antigen varies by the prevalence type among different populations in the world.
To analyse commonly occurring ABO group discrepancies in order to standardise resolving procedure and avoid delay in pretransfusion testing.
The data was compiled and then analyzed for the frequency of ABO and Rh-D blood groups with standard statistical methods.
Clearly, the ABO blood group system exemplifies the fact that human blood group antigens are under active, intensive evolutionary selection pressure.
The ABO blood group framework is the most critical framework for blood group similarity.
The maximum likelihood estimate of allele frequencies at the ABO locus was obtained through Bernstein method and the concordance with Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (HWE) was tested by Chi-test (Strickberger, 2005; Falconer and Mackay, 1996).
ABO Capital, formerly Angola Capital Investments, is an international investment firm that invests in companies in the healthcare, technology, energy, transportation, hospitality and real estate sectors throughout Africa.
The measurement data between different ABO blood types were compared with single-factor analysis of variance.
Describir la tecnica aferetica con monitores en serie de hemoperfusion y hemodialisis para la inmunoadsorcion especifica con columna GLYCOSORB[R]-ABO en el trasplante renal de donante vivo ABO incompatible.
Till the 19th century the blood transfusion procedure was unsafe, but the mystery of blood transfusion was solved in 29th century with the discovery of ABO and Rh blood group antigens1.
ABO blood groups were confirmed by antigen-antibody agglutination test.
International Society of Blood Transfusion has defined almost 700 erythrocyte antigens and organized 30 blood group systems, of which ABO and Rh are most significant1.