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blood group

any one of the various groups into which human blood is classified on the basis of its agglutinogens

blood group

[′bləd ‚grüp]
(immunology)
An immunologically distinct, genetically determined class of human erythrocyte antigens, identified as A, B, AB, and O. Also known as blood type.
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If you are a donor with one of these important blood groups, please just walk into Newcastle Donor Centre as soon as you can, and we will take your blood.
Your blood group can affect the chances of conception.
ABO blood group testing is the basis for pretransfusion testing to select accurate blood unit for transfusion.
Minor blood group incompatibilities should be considered in cases of hemolytic disease where Rh and ABO incompatibilities cannot be found and with positive Coombs tests (2, 5).
11 Several studies have also reported the association of blood group A with cervical cancer.
It depends on blood type what all exercises should be done like people with B+ blood group should do comfortable walk, yoga as vigorous exercises e.
Blood group diet differs from the body type genetically but it is not 100% share theory.
Another blood group, the "S/s variants", are named after Sydney, where the blood group was discovered.
Conclusion: Blood group 'B' had the maximum frequency and 'AB' had the minimum occurrence among blood donors of District Nowshera.
Conclusion: The Pakistani cohort researched in this study plainly demonstrates blood group phenotype A is connected with an increased risk for IHD.
Stringent regulatory standards for blood transfusion are also expected to fuel the growth of the blood group typing market during the forecast period.
O-ve blood group individuals were 162 in strength among whom 06 were HBsAg +ve, 03 were Anti HCV +ve, 15 were VDRL +ve for syphilis, 01 was +ve for malaria.