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Biochemistry and Genetics of the ABO, Lewis, and P blood group systems.
TLDR
For only three blood group systems, namely ABO, Lewis, and P, is the chemical nature of the antigens unequivocally established, and this review will be primarily concerned with these systems.
Unravelling the biochemical basis of blood group ABO and Lewis antigenic specificity
The ABO blood-group polymorphism is still the most clinically important system in blood transfusion practice. The groups were discovered in 1900 and the genes at the ABO locus were cloned nearly a
Alpha1,3-L-fucosyltransferase expression in developing human myeloid cells. Antigenic, enzymatic, and mRNA analyses.
TLDR
The properties of the alpha1,3-fucosyltransferase expressed in COS-7 cells transfected with Fuc-TIV are consistent with this being the major gene responsible for the expression of Lex in the immature myeloid cells.
Three New Trisaccharides Obtained from Human Blood-Group A, B, H and Lea Substances: Possible Sugar Sequences in the Carbohydrate Chains
Three New Trisaccharides Obtained from Human Blood-Group A, B, H and Lea Substances: Possible Sugar Sequences in the Carbohydrate Chains
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