Among the secretor phenotype-positive rotavirus patients, no blood group antigen
nor P or G genotypes (in feces specimens) were significantly overrepresented.
It is standard practice, as an additional safety check, for hospital transfusion services to re-test the blood group antigen
status of blood units received into their inventory.
In contrast, the A blood group antigen
, comprised of blood types A and AB, appears to be protective against diminished ovarian reserve.
Expression of the H type 1 blood group antigen
during enterocytic differentiation of Caco-2 cells.
Their study shows that cells from rare individuals (Ay 1 in a million) who produce excess of this blood group antigen
have dramatically reduced sensitivity to HIV infection.
com/research/lh4mdt/the_blood_group) has announced the addition of Elsevier Science and Technology's new book "The Blood Group Antigen
The agreement also covers semi-automated pre-transfusion diagnostic products made by Grifols subsidiaries as well as Progenika blood group antigen
genotyping products currently distributed by Grifols.
Such antibodies are commonly referred to as isoagglutinins and administering plasma with anti-A or anti-B isoagglutinins to recipients who possess the same blood group antigen
can give rise to serious adverse reactions.
Blood group antigen
frequencies for coccidioidomycosis, by ethnicity and severity of disease
The AB0 column facilitates transplantations between individuals of different blood groups by cleaning the blood from antibodies directed against the blood group antigen
This makes blood group antigen
measurements a key decision-making factor for transplantation clinics.
Lewis y/b is a cell surface carbohydrate blood group antigen
whose expression is very low in normal tissue but is over-expressed on breast, colorectal, endometrial, kidney, lung, pancreas and stomach tumours.