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grouping

[′grüp·iŋ]
(communications)
Periodic error in the spacing of recorded lines in a facsimile system.
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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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Determination of ABO blood grouping and Rhesus factor from tooth material.
Blood grouping showed that blood group "B" was commonest among both Rh Negative and Rh Positive participants (Table-1).
Blood grouping [ABO and Rh (D)] were performed by cell and serum type on tube method.
ABO blood grouping is the single most important test performed in blood banking to avoid morbidity and mortality5.
Blood grouping from them could be a source of personal identification.
A total of 429 females, were screened for blood grouping during a study on pregnancy induced hypertensive women after taking informed consent.
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.
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.
ABO blood grouping is based on antigenic property of red blood cells.
Five ml (2 ml in EDTA tube while 3 ml in un-anticoagulated tube) blood was collected form all individuals aseptically for cell and serum grouping.ABO and Rh blood grouping procedure: Preparation of 3% red cells suspension: Two ml of blood collected in an EDTA anti-coagulated tube was centrifuged at low speed (1500 rpm) for 3 minutes.