Is blood group have less immunity as compare to other blood groups?
Blood groups are dertermined on the surface of the red blood cells and they have nothing to do with our immune system.
MN blood group codes for antigens M and N on red blood cells . and ABO blood group does the same by coding A B AND i antigen on red blood cells. but as MN blood group do not illustrate strong immunity so they are ignored in regular blood transfusions . while ABO blood groups are taken in consideration as the give strong immunological reactions Read More
what blood group can be accepted by other groups Read More
which blood group can be donate to all other groups? "O" positive blood group. it's called universal donor. Read More
When man with blood group A and woman with blood group B marry then what is the possible blood groups?
All blood groups are possible for children born from a combination such as this, regardless of which group is the male and which is the female. Read More
Because they need to compare the experimental groups with something. They have the experimental group in which they experiment on and the control group in which they don't experiment. After they finish experimenting with the experiment group they compare it with the control groups to check what changed and what has been altered between these 2 groups. Read More
No. "Positive" blood groups have something in them that "negative" blood groups do not have. So if they were to give blood to the "negative" groups, it would be like introducing a foreign substance into the blood stream. O- people can give blood to any group, and AB+ can accept blood from any group. Read More
The 20-65 group! There are no standardised age groups, so if you want to compare age groups you need to specify the age groups you wish to compare. Read More
Blood group O- can give blood to all the other blood groups. Read More
People with blood group AB can receive blood from other blood groups but cannot donate to them because of antibodies carried on the red blood cells of group AB donors that would destroy the red cells of a blood recipient from another group. Read More
we compare one group with another group. we are interested in the differences of two groups. Read More
The child has A,O blood groups. Read More
it occur due to mismatch of blood. if recipient is denoted wrong type of blood group for example if a recipient have blood group a if he or she have donated blood group b they the anti antigen A present in blood group b will destroy the blood group A this is called clumping of blood. Read More
No. The Rh Negative blood group is formed by an absence of the Positive factor. Read More
There are no restrictions on marriage based on blood groups. Read More
There are four blood groups: A, B, AB and O. Blood groups are defined by the ABO system. â€¢ Blood group A has A antigens on the red blood cells with anti-B antibodies in the plasma. â€¢ Blood group B has B antigens with anti-A antibodies in the plasma. â€¢ Blood group O has no antigens but both anti-A and anti-B antibodies in the plasma. â€¢ Group AB has both A and B antigens but… Read More
AB blood group is Universal recipient which can receive blood of all blood groups while O blood group is Universal donor which can donate blood to all blood group . Read More
Blood group O has both a and b antibodies, therefore receiving blood from blood group A, the A-antigens will agglutinate with the b-antibodies of the person with blood group O. Receiving blood from blood group B will also cause agglutination of its b-antigens and the blood group O's a-antibodies. Read More
What is the differences between blood group O from blood group Bombay and explain the various reactions between the two blood groups?
o group has hh genes but Bombay o group has no genes of hh Read More
No type O and type A blood groups will not cause a complication in pregnancy. Read More
If X is the set of all blood groups of human beings and Y is the set of all human beings then the association that associates a blood group to a person having that blood group is not a function from?
If X is the set of all blood groups of human beings and Y is the set of all human beings then the association that associates a blood group to a person having that blood group is not a function from X to Y . Read More
If its contamination your talking about.ALL if not only O. Read More
the austrian scientist karl landsteiner discovered blood group a,b,o. the jansky was discovered the blood group ab. Read More
You use a control group to compare the results of the experimental group to. The control group has the "normal" results. After the experiment, you can tell if and what has changed from the control groups results Read More
The four main groups are... Group O+ (the commonest), group A+, group B+ and group AB+ Read More
They must be able to compare the control group to the experimental group in order to determine results of the experiment. Read More
Yes - when the blood groups match blood can be donated. This is because both the people with blood type A will have the same antigens and antibodies. This makes it unlikely that the blood will coagulate when mixed. Read More
Blood group O This blood type has neither 'A' or 'B' antigens in it and can be given safely to anyone (even if, for example, if they are A positive). Read More
Marion E. Reid has written: 'The blood group antigen' -- subject(s): Antigens, Blood group antigens, Blood groups, Handbooks, Immunology 'The discovery and significance of the blood groups' -- subject(s): Blood Group Antigens, Therapeutic use, History, 20th Century, Hematologic Tests, Physiology, History Read More
If the father is homozygous for the B blood group, giving him the BB blood genotype, and the mother's genotype is AB (the only genotype for the AB blood group), then their offspring could have either the AB or B blood groups. If the father is heterozygous for the B blood group, giving him the BO genotype, then their offspring could have the AB, A, or B blood groups. However, they could not produce an… Read More
Nope - O negative is the only group that can be safely given to the patient if their blood group is unknown. Read More
there are no blood type as ABO there are practically 4 types of blood groups i.e. A, B, AB and O O blood group can donate blood to all other groups A can give to A and AB B can give to B and AB AB blood group can only give blood to AB only but can receive blood from all other groups Read More
Active immunity is when a person in a trial says they do not want to testify because their truthfulness might incriminate them. Passive immunity is when an order might be handed down by an elected official that says a certain group of people will not be responsible for upholding a certain law. Amnesty laws are a type of passive immunity. Read More
It depends what blood group or system you are interested in. The major blood groups are the ABO and Rh system. In addition to these, there are approximately 30 other blood groups/systems of importance in immunohematology. Read More
o blood group become higher in population because a period of time back in century, African were attacked by malaria disease n attack most of the people especially people with b antigen on their surface of blood. Due to this many innocent people dies.Although it attacked many of them but still it does not effect people with o blood group.Therefore the population of people with o blood group become higher compare to A,B and AB… Read More
Of corse not.There are three allels for blood groups. Read More
Can a person with blood group O donate for another person of Blood group AB undergoing heart surgery or should he take only AB?
Group "O" can donate blood to all other groups but can receive back only from "O" group. Read More
if you have a blood transfusion, knowing your blood group means you can tell the doctor, and get the right blood into you, or it can clot, if they put the wrong blood type into you Read More
A control group is the group in which one attempts to keep everything the same as would naturally occur. This is done to be able to compare groups that have results to a standard reference. Read More
YOu are universal donater, you can donate blood to a, b and ab positive blood groups. Read More
Group O blood can be given to any of the ABO groups in an emergency - although cross-matching with the patient's actual group is preferable. Read More
Blood groups are a classification of the blood in a body that is based on the presence or absence of inherited antigenic substances on the surface of red blood cells. These antigens can come in a number of forms, namely carbohydrates, proteins, glycoproteins and glycolipids. The ones that are there depend on the blood group system. These red blood cell surface antigens can stem from one allele and together they form a blood group system… Read More
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- Read More