ABO blood group

Type: Term Pronunciation: blŭd grūp See: Blood Groups Appendix
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ABO blood group

ABO blood group: The major human blood group system. A person's ABO type depends upon the presence of absence of two genes --the A and B genes. These genes are encoded on chromosome 9 (in band 9q34.1). They determine part of the configuration of the red blood cell surface. A person can be A, B, AB, or O. If a person has two A genes, their red blood
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ABO blood group

<haematology> The major human blood type system which describes the oligosaccharide glycoprotein antigens found on the surface of human blood cells. ... According to the type of antigen present, a person may be assigned a blood type of A, B, AB or O. A second type of antigen, the Rh factor, renders a positive or negative blood type. The ABO b
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ABO Blood Group

A blood group in which the most common types of blood fall. The four types of blood in the ABO blood group are A, B, AB, and O.
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