group antigen

group antigen

n.
Any of several antigens that are shared by related genera of microorganisms.
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ACKR1 was identified as a blood group antigen that was expressed on the human red blood cell surface in 1950 (22).
The expression of blood group antigen alters during the process of cell differentiation and malignancy.
We would like to emphasize that comparing these observations in humans and pigs may not be appropriate, since pigs have a single RH gene, no polymorphism in the coding region of the gene has been identified and therefore, it does not appear to represent a blood group antigen for pigs [41].
Therefore success of blood transfusion requires compatibility of two main blood group antigen systems, ABO and Rh.
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.
Ten per cent of the white population lack the Lewis blood group antigen and are unable to produce CA 19-9, even in the presence of malignant disease.
The only type of glycan that interacted with VP8* was type A histo-blood group antigen, he said.
In contrast, the A blood group antigen, comprised of blood types A and AB, appears to be protective against diminished ovarian reserve.
a] blood group antigen (sialylated lactoN-fucopentoeose II ganglioside) is required for the expression of CA 19-9 and hence [Lea.
Novel association of ABO histo-blood group antigen with soluble ICAM-1: results of a genome-wide association study of 6,578 women.
5] This discovery suggested that individuals with the A blood group antigen may be more susceptible to H.