the austrian scientist karl landsteiner discovered blood group a,b,o. the jansky was discovered the blood group ab.
The ABO blood group system was discovered in 1900 by Karl Landsteiner. The AB blood group was discovered by Von Decastellor and Sturli in 1902.
abo blood group system was discovered in 1901 and rh was discovered in 1940.
A group of scientists discovered cord blood stem cells in 1988 after searching for other procedures that have lesser GvHD effect. The harvest procedures are also easier compared to bone marrow.
Blood groups was discovered in 1901 & by Karl Landsteiner
In the year 1900, an Austrian Scientist, Karl Landsteiner, discovered iso-agglutination, the phenomenon wherein red corpuscles and serum of the animal species are clumped together. On carrying out further experiments on blood, Landsteiner discovered that agglutinogens when mixed with agglutinins of another blood types produced fatal agglutination. These agglutinogens were named as A and B, and their respective agglutinins were named alpha and beta respectively. With this discovery, the question of blood group incompatibility was… Read More
Blood group A can donate and receive blood from blood group A. Blood group B can donate and receive blood from blood group B. Blood group AB can donate only to blood group AB and receive from any other blood group (they are universal recipent) Blood group O can donate to any other blood group ( they are universal donor) and can receive from only blood group O.
Antony Van Leeuwenhoek discovered blood cell's and named them blood cell's
yes.same case with me i have blood group O and my father have blood group B.beacause my mother have blood group o. any child can have blood group o whether his/her father have blood group b he or she can have blood group o if the mother have blood group o.
blood group AB is universal recepient, and can accept the blood of any group.
No, but someone with AB blood can receive from any other negative blood type yes, people with AB+ blood group can receive AB- blood group. AB+ blood group is known as the universal blood group receiver. AB+ blood group has both A group & B group antigens. O blood group was originally known as 0 (zero) blood group, due to the lack of either A or B type antigens. O- blood group is known as… Read More
Blood group A and also blood group O can. Blood group O can donate blood to any blood group- universal donor.
If you are in the AB blood group, you can only donate blood to others in the AB group. You can receive blood from any group.
yes! We can have our mother's blood group or father's blood group or also other blood group.
Can a negative blood group donate an organ to a positive blood group
No because there's no such thing as a blood type P. *Actually, there is a P blood group that exists. It is related to the ABO, Lewis, and I systems. The P blood group was discovered in 1927. Multiple alleles are involved in this group. The gene encoding for P1 is located on chromosome 22 and the gene encoding for P gene is located on chromosome 3. They are inherited independently. The understanding for this… 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.
Yes, If a man with the blood group of "O" married a woman with blood group of "A", "B" or "O" can have a child with a blood group of "O".
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.
Karl Landsteiner discovered the ABO system of blood type classification in 1901. It was part of his experiments with blood transfusions.
Yes, the eighth group, which is the Iron family, has been discovered.
Yes, theoretically a person with AB+ blood group can accept blood of any other group. But practically it is not practiced.
ags present on the red cells determines the blood group such as "A" gp contains A ags on the red cells.ags and abs rxns determines what blood group can be given to what blood group.
If father's blood group is A plus and the mother blood group is O plus then what is the possible blood group of child?
possible blood group is "A" "B" or "O"plus.
If father's blood group is B positive and the mother blood group is O positive then what is the possible blood group of child?
blood group "B" or "O"positive.
You can marry who you want, as long as they reciprocate. There is no such thing as AS blood group.
Charles Drew discovered a way to store blood plasma and create blood banks.
my blood group is A2B +ve .. in under what blood group it comes ??
With the ABO blood typing the only blood group not to have an antigen is the O group.
According to the AB0 blood group system there are four different kinds of blood groups: A, B, AB or 0 (null). Blood group A If you belong to the blood group A, you have A antigens on the surface of your red blood cells and B antibodies in your blood plasma. Blood group B If you belong to the blood group B, you have B antigens on the surface of your red blood cells and… Read More
Blood group is important especially pregnancy. It is also important to know the blood group for transfusion of blood or transplant of organ.
What type of blood will the offspring have if father has o blood group and mother has AB blood group?
the blood group of baby can be O,A,B or AB.
If person with O blood group receives blood of person with AB blood group it can cause rhesus factor but not other way round
ant's blood group
what is a gf blood group? And what is the question?
The baby gets part of its blood group from the father, and part from the mother, so its blood group is not going to be identical to the mother's.
blood group A or A- it can also receive blood from o blood group.
Blood group O- can give blood to all the other blood groups.
It is not known who discovered poikilocytosis, which is the presence of poikilocytes in the blood. The poikilocytes are red blood cells that are shaped abnormally.
Kevlar was discovered in 1965 by S. Kwolek and his group.
France has discovered blood transfusion in 1625 & they discovered Malaria
O blood group is called universal donors because this group blood can given to any other blood group person. From Alina Shoaib
What are the complications if expecting mother's blood group is O negative and child's blood is O positive?
the blood group o have antigen for both A and B so a peron with blood group o can only revieve blood of o group. Now for - or + it is depend upon rh factor if this factor present then it is + and if not then it is - now the blood group with rh+ can take both blood of + and - but the blood group with rh- can only able to… Read More
The commonest blood group is O+
Can a person with blood group o and her husband with blood group ab have a daughter with blood group o?
No. The daughter will be either blood group A (with genotype AO) or blood group B (genotype BO). This is because she must inherit one of the alleles from her father, so either an A or a B.
The advantage of the blood group O positive is that O positive blood can be given to any blood group. This is especially important when it comes to blood shortages.
While seaborg was in charge of the group, the group discovered the following elements: plutonium (Pu), Americium (Am), curium (Cm), Berkelium (Bk), and Californium (Cf). While those are the elements that the group discovered while Seaborg was the head, in total, the group discovered all of the elements from #94-#103.
is A positive blood group and AA blood group the same
yes it is, hiv is a disease. blood group is your type of blood.