RH factor in blood types stands for "Rhesus Factor". Blood testswere performed on Rhesus monkeys and the Rh+ and Rh- factors wereisolated. An antigen found in the red blood cells of most people:those who have Rh factor are said to be Rh positive (Rh+), whilethose who do not are Rh negative (Rh-)....
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Absolutely not. Blood tests exist so that couples will not be at risk for HIV, AIDS or other diseases.
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Yes. Blood type is determined by the antigens present on the surfaces ofred blood cells. There are three types of antigen, A, B and Rhesus.O blood types have neither A or B antigens. A types have A, B haveB, and AB have both. Positive blood types have rhesus antigens, andnegative blood types do not....
People having the blood group AB positive are called 'universalacceptor' because both anti-A and anti-B antibodies, as well asanti-D antibodies are absent in there blood circulation. Hence,these people generally face no chances of agglutination whentransfused with blood of whatever blood group.
No, AB Rh negative is the rarest blood type.
The alleles for Immunoglobulins are carried on autosomalchromosomes, not on sex chromosomes. Hence, both parents areequally responsible for a baby's blood type.
No, that's not true. If you are a Rh- mother then yourimmune system will become sensitized by an Rh + baby and if youwere to have a second Rh+ baby without taking medication to controlthis then that baby would have a condition called fetalerythroblastosis.
I`m pretty sure that the answer is that the father has O negativeblood and the child`s blood took after the fathers. But my answercould be wrong
It is possible in the very rarest of cases when actually the Oparent is an A without producing the protein. In most cases,however, no.
In sexual reproduction among animals fertilization of egg takesplace by forming an internal transfer of germ cell by the twoparents of opposite sex. When the germ cells fuse it forms zygote.
O positive is the most common blood type making up about 38% of thepopulation.
Yes. There are mixed personality types; no set of personality descriptions can fully describe YOU, a unique individual. For the most part, we all have a little bit of Type A and a little bit of Type B in us.
No - the genes required for the parents to have an O positive bloodtype make it impossible (except in the case of mutation) for themto have a child with any other blood type than O.
Blood groups have nothing to do with marriage or even sexualrelations. Blood groups come into play for transfusions andsometimes childbirth. It is important during times that largequantities of blood are being exchanged, because the body canreject certain types if they are not compatible.
I would need more information (like what blood types the child'sgrandparents are) to narrow it down. The child could be: - A negative - A positive - AB negative - AB positive - B negative - B positive
the parents who say their child has been lost should have their blood test taken in order to find out their blood groups and all the lost childrens blood group should be taken. continuous study should be carried out to find whether the parents were hetrozygous or homozygous and all possiblities...
To be considered a universal donor, a person must have Type O blood. Though even with this blood type, there is a possibility of a reaction with the recipients anti-A and anti-B antibodies.
No. Depending on the father's alleles (he could be be AA or AO) the child could be A or O.
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information: .
Mother type A -- can be AA or AO = contributes the A or Ogene .
Father type O -- can only be OO = contributes the O gene Baby receives one gene from each parent: .
Baby is type AO .
Baby is type OO Generally speaking,...
No, that would cause a transfusion reaction...
Yes its possible. The blood group antigens, surface markers on the red blood cell, make up the phenotype of the cell. In this case the mother is either homozygous, two sets of genes for the phenotype B which is expressed as the geneotype BB, or heterozygous BO with the O being the abscence of B (or...
A person with type O Rh D negative blood is a universal donor. A person with type AB Rh D positive blood is a universal recipient.It has to do with antigens, Rh factors, plasma compatibilities, and the ABO blood type spectrum.
That would be people with AB blood group.. They're also known as Universal Recipients
Yes. O blood is a recessive gene. If someone has type A blood it means their genes are either AA or AO and if they are type B it means they either have BB or BO genes. If a person with type A blood is has AO and a person with type B blood has BO, they could have a baby with OO genes giving the baby...
The biggest advantage is that if people give blood, there will beblood available if they should need it. If you aren't a donoryourself, but would still wish to receive blood, then you aren'tbeing very honest. And if all were like you, the system wouldcollapse. And people would start dying from...
There are 2 different things to look for in blood type. One is if the person in rh negative or positive and the other is if the person is A, B, AB, or O. So, being rh-negative has nothing to do with what blood type you have. They are two independent components.
It depends on what you mean by "blood". If you mean Red Blood Cells, it is due to somthing called antigens. Type O has IgM anti-A antibodies and anti-B antibodies in blood serum, and this would "attack" blood that had A or B antibodies. Since AB has both, it cannot donate to O, and O can only...
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The percentage varies according to race. About 85% of Americans have Rh+ blood. In China, the percentage is over 99%. The worldwide percentage is about 90%.
No, the child has to have one of the parents blood type.
A+ or B+ or B- or A- (25% chance of each)
My dad is AB- and my mom is O+. I was told that my blood type could be any with this combination of parents. As it turns out I am B+.
Rh factor or rehsus factor is also involved in blood groups. either a person is Rh+ or Rh- if u are A+ then u have blood group A and you are Rh+ if you are A- then you have blood group A and you are Rh-
the parents could be IAIA IAIB IBIB consider A and B as superscript as i dont know how to write it in superscript
the body will produce the anti D- antibodies which are going to attack the RH+ blood of the donor usually the first time is not a threat since the formed antibodies are IgM class which has a very low conc. the second time is very dangerous due to the formation of memory cells that are activated...
yes they can..... positive and negetive blood group depends upon Rh factor and it is nothing to do with incomplete dominance of blood group.
A person with AB blood is a universal recipient, that is they can receive blood that is either A, B, AB or O providing the other antigens, eg Rh positive/negative, are compatible.
Not under normal conditions
ABO stands for 4 most common blood antigens called A, B, AB and O. The person with Type A has antigen A, type B has antigen B and type AB has both A and B antigens. Type O has no A or B antigen. Antibodies against these two antigens are found thus type A has anti B, type B has anti A, type O has...
There are no dangers for the mother. Rh is a factor in blood, if you have the Rh factor you are Rh+. If not you are Rh-. If an Rh+ mother has an Rh- baby, there is nothing for her to react to, she has the factor. The baby doesn't. If an Rh- mother carries an Rh+ baby, the mother's body may create...
Parents who are both O Neg will only have O Neg children, this is taken as a hard fast law and it is true 99.99999% of the time. There have been rare exceptions of a child having a mutated blood type, but it is so rare that we continue to call A,B, AB, or O the blood type for all. Rh neg means...
There are actually some minor variations depending where in the US you live and the ethnic make up of the population. As a whole 44% of America has O Blood Type - 85% of all people are Rh+
\nIt depends on your blood group and the other person's blood group.\n \nBlood group AB positive can receive any blood from any blood group. O Negative can only receive O Negative blood. Serious reactions can occur if the wrong blood type is given to somebody, so the Blood Bank tests donated...
Yes. 85% of the population is Rh+. Rh- is recessive . Type O+ and B- can make O+/- (or) B+/-
People with AB blood are universal recipients, people with 0 negative blood are universal donors.
Dad can be Ai or Aa (where i represents the recessive gene). In order for a child to be O, he or she has to have neither A nor B allelles. So Mom could be Ai (bloodtype A), Bi(bloodtype B), or Ii (Bloodtype O).
Yes: A - & O+ = A+/- (or) O+/-.
AB red cell donations can only be given to AB recipients. But whole blood donations are separated into different products and AB plasma can be given to other blood groups
yes Rh blood group is inherited as a triplet code so Rh positive can be CDe/cde and if both parents are this code then baby could inherit cde from both parents making the cde/cde which is the code for Rh negative blood group- ABO blood group does not affect the Rhgroup
Technically....yes. A group of cells form tissue, a group of tissues form organs, a group of organs form systems, a group of systems comprise the body. But, if we're going to get technical, the word transfusion is more applicable than the word transplant. Trans- loosely means from one place to...
To explain this properly you would have to have a basic understanding of inheritance, but I'll do my best. Blood groups are inherited as a pair. A and B groups are co-dominant and O is the recessive. So mum is genotype AA or AO, which would make her group A and dad is genotype BB or BO making...
If they're homozygous (AA, BB): AB is possible. If they're heterozygous (Ai, Bi): A, B, AB, or O is possible. If A is homozygous but the other not (AA, Bi): AB or A is possible. If B is homozygous but the other not (BB, Ai): AB or B is possible.
It could be if its second or subsequent pregnancy and first baby was Rh pos and mum did not have any antenatal care or prophylactic anti-D within 72 hours of delivery. This is rare though as most women have good care throughout pregnancy and there is a national programme to ensure women are given...
The primary function of the thymus is the processing and maturation of special lymphocytes (white blood cells) called T-lymphocytes or T-cells, which are associated with antibody production. T-lymphocytes migrate from the bone marrow to the thymus, where they mature and differentiate until activated...
Red blood cells/Erythrocytes: A mature blood cell hat contains hemoglobin to carry oxygen to the bodyily tissue White blood cells/Leukocytes: Fight infection Platelets/Thrombocytes: Helps blood to clot .
Beyonce blood type is "O" negative also known as Rh blood negative.
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The fathers blood type has to be taken into consideration aswell, if he is tpe o the the baby will be o, but if he is ao or bo then the child could be ao or bo or oo, if he is ab the the child will be ao or bo, if he is AA the child will be ao, if he is bb the child will be bo. Not sure about the...
universal donor is blood type O because this blood type don't have antigen and it can be donated in the patient having any king of blood type while universal recipient is blood type AB because it does not have anti- body; blood type AB can receive any kind of blood type\n
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No. It is composed of red blood cells (oxygen carrying) and white blood cells (immunity and defense)
37.4% are O+ 35.7% are A+ 8.5% are B+ 3.4% are AB+ 6.6% are O- 6.3% are A- 1.5% are B- 0.6% are AB-
If with A + and O + Baby can have : A + or O + If with A + and O - Baby can have : A +, A-, O +, O - If with A - and O + Baby can have : A +, A-, O +, O - If A - and O - Baby can have : A + or O -
The problems will happen regarding conceiving the child if the Male is of Rh Positive and Female is Rh Negative . The problem due to different blood groups like A, AB, B, O are very very rare.
In most of the labs they mix the blood with the Anti-serum to find out the blood group. Sometimes they check the mixed blood under microscope and may even perform another test called coomb's test for further confirmation if necessary. The procedure for doing it is given in standard medical and...
Lymphocytes or leukocytes
Only to other AB blood types
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I'm going to say this in a sense that you have some clue about what I'm about to say. The child CAN indeed have a blood type of A negative, because the mother's Rh is Rr which is still considered Rh+ because the "R" is...
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AB+ is the universal recipient. It can take donations from all blood types with no complications.
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If all we know is both parents are B+, then the child could either have O type blood or B. The child could also be + or -.
yes, they can still have kids.
The genotype for Rh positive blood is either RR or Rr and the genotype for Rh negative blood is rr. Since the child gets one gene from each parent, they have the possibility of being either.
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If a person has the Rh factor, then they are positive. If they don't have the Rh factor, they are negative. The Rh factor is dominant, so a mother with it would have an Rh positive baby even if the father is negative for the Rh factor.
The AB blood type is known as the universal recipient. Therefore, the groups that a person with this blood type can give blood to are limited. If your blood is AB+, then you can only give to others with AB+ blood. If your blood is AB-, then you can give to people with both AB+ or AB- blood.
AB , the rarest bloodtype.
Type 'O' blood is a recessive factor, which means that it can't behiding anymore recessive factors hiding so no its not impossible.
As far as I can remember, blood types being positive and negative does not tell i a blood type is an AO or BO. The blood types that you have given then could be AO positive and BO positive. If you will use a punnet square: .....A.... O B .AB.. BO O. AO .OO There is a possibility that one of...
Yes, if one parent had an AO genotype and the other had an OO genotype.