What blood factors make a b negative?
RH factor in blood types stands for "Rhesus Factor". Blood tests were performed on Rhesus monkeys and the Rh+ and Rh- factors were isolated. An antigen found in the red blood cells of most people: those who have Rh factor are said to be Rh positive (Rh+), while those who do not are Rh negative (Rh-). What about the meaning of RHD- Rh blood group, D antigen . The rhesus complex is not just one antigen, but several, when someone is told to be Rh+, it usually refers to the D antigen (one of the components of the Rh complex), because it's the most common, and the easiest to identify, however it's not the only one.
Not quite. The "Rh" factor is the "positive" or "negative" part, but there are two other major blood factors called "A" and "B". You may have one or the other, or both, or neither. So a person who has all three blood factors, "A", "B", and "Rh" is an "AB Positive", while a person with none of the blood factors is "O Negative". Somebody with only the "B" factor would be "B Negative", while a… Read More
The possibilities include B positive, B negative, O positive, O negative. Read More
If an even number of negative factors are multiplied together (such as 18 factors), the answer will be positive. If there are an odd number of negative factors, the answer will be negative. Read More
I would say there are 3 blood types A, B and O the rest are combinations of these 3 plus the negative and positive factors. Read More
If the mother has a negative blood and the father is b negative does that make the child ab negative?
No. If both parents have a negative blood type, the child will either have the mother's blood type,or father's blood type, or if one parent is A- and the other B- only then can a child be born AB-. However, if two people with negative blood types try to have a baby, that may be very difficult. Sterility usually runs on the negative blood types, but conceiving a child is not impossible for them. Read More
What is Blood Type B+ Negative for antibodies Read More
AB can only donate blood to other ABs. A can donate blood to As and ABs. B can donate blood to Bs and ABs. O can donate to all blood types. Negative Rh factors can donate to both positive and negative Rh factors, however postive Rh factors can only donate to other positive. So if I had O+ blood, I couldn't donate to A-, but could donate to A+. Read More
(b negative) person can only receive blood from b negative person or ( o negative )person Read More
Blood can be either B positive or B negative. Blood can also be A positive, A negative, O positive, O negative, AB positive or AB negative. Read More
B negative and O negative red blood cells. Read More
Yes, B negative blood group women can marry an O positive man. Blood types make absolutely no difference when it comes to couples pairing up in marriage. Read More
Negative If the two factors have the same sign, their product is positive. If the two factors have different signs, their product is negative. Read More
None do. But the factors of negative 100 that add up to negative 15 are negative 20 and positive 5. Read More
Yes, O negative blood is the universal donor, so if you're B positive or have any other blood type, you can receive O negative blood. Read More
If the mother has B positive blood and the father has O negative what would the child's blood type be?
B positive or negative or, O positive or negative. Read More
Yes, butonly if both parents have the negative gene, but have a positive blood type because they have both the positive and negative gene. A positive blood type is dominant and negative is recessive. So if they have both and both pass down the negative gene the child has a negative blood type. And the child will either have an O or B blood type. Making a B negative blood type. I hope that helps… Read More
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If your parents are blood type O negative and b negative does that mean that you will have a negative blood type?
Yes, this is true. 100% of all children will have a negative blood type. Read More
The offspring of AB negative and B positive parents may be type A, B or AB, Rh positive or negative. Specific type depends on the genotype of the phenotypic B, Rh positive parent. Read More
Yes, anyone can make a baby. It doesn't matter what blood type you have. Read More
Yes, parents with positive blood types can have children with either positive or negative blood type. Only if both parents are negative would all the children be negative. Read More
Since the child is B negative, the child is getting the B from the mother. The child must get the negative from both parents. From the father, the child must get either a B or an O to go along with the B from the mother. So, the father can be blood type A negative (only AO), AB negative, B negative (either BB or BO), or O negative. Read More
What ABO agglutinins are present in the plasma of B negative blood Read More
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Human blood contains antigens. Antigens can make one person allergic to the blood from another person. There are two main antigens, A and B. A person without either has type O blood. So a person can have type A blood, type B, or type O. Also a person can have a combination of A and B antigens and have type AB blood. In addition blood has an Rh factor, which can be positive or negative… Read More
Depends, the incidence of the gene varies from region to region of the planet. But generally, B negative blood is a rare type of blood. The only rarer one being AB negative. Read More
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There is no blood type OE. There are 8 different blood types, A positive and negative, B positive and negative, O positive and negative, and AB positive and negative. Read More
You can receive B and O. If you are positive you can receive either positive or negative. Negative can only receive negative. Read More
Yes. Blood types do not make parents incompatible. Read More
B negative varies depending on countries, but in the U.S. about 1.6 percent have that blood type. Read More
Only 2% of the world's population has type B negative blood. The only blood type that is rarer is AB negative. It is a very rare blood type and very needed to help others. Read More
A person with B type blood can donate to a patient with B type blood and to the universal receiver. The universal receiver is type AB+. A person who does not carry the Rh factor, which means they are either B negative, AB negative or O negative, cannot receive B positive or AB positive blood. Read More
If the mother has B negative blood and father has A negative would there be any complications for mother to conceive a baby and or after birth to the baby and mother?
It is impossible for a woman with B negative blood to conceive a child with an A negative father. Read More
Absolutely. Just make sure that your ob/gyn is aware of the differing blood types if you become pregnant. You may need medical intervention (like a shot) because of your different rH factors. Read More
It's impossible to give a definite answer to that because both parents inherit their blood-genes from THEIR parents and can also have genes for negative and positive rhesus factors in their blood. Positive rhesus factor tends to be dominant but the blood group can't be identified with any accuracy this way. Read More
If the mother is blood type B and the child is AB negative, then the child must have received an "A" from the father, and must have received a "negative" from the father as well. The father, then, may be blood type A negative or AB negative. Read More
The distribution of blood types in the general population is what makes some rarer than others. The types with Rh Negative factors are the rarest: O-, A-, B-, AB- Read More
you cant know for sure, he could be o negative, o positive, a negative, a positive, b negative or b positive. same with the mother. Read More
Can a mother with a negative blood and father with o positive blood have b positive blood group baby?
Yes, a mother with negative and a father with O positive can have a baby with B positive. If they do, the mother must have blood type B or AB. Read More
Actually O negative is the universal donor. Type O blood does not have either A or B antigen and as such will not be rejected by a new recipient. Negative refers to the fact that the cells do not express the Rh factor. If O positive blood were to be given to an O negative person it could be very detrimental. Type O negative blood basically has none of the antigens or factors that can… Read More
Blood type B or Blood type O Read More
Can a man with type B negative blood father a child with A positive blood if the mother has O negative?
No because it's not possible for those to blood types to creat O negative Read More