Landsteiner classification


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Landsteiner classification

(land′stīn″ĕr)
[Karl L. Landsteiner, Austrian-born U.S. biologist, 1868–1943; Nobel prize winner in medicine in 1930]
A classification of blood types designating O, A, B, and AB based on the presence of antigens on red blood cells.