A New Rh Allelomorph

Abstract

A CELL sample from a blood donor (Abe – –) was found to be of Group O Rh2rh. That is to say, the blood was agglutinated by anti-c, anti-E and anti-e, but not by anti-C sera: the result with anti-D serum was variable. While the agglutination of this blood sample by certain anti-D sera was strong, using others it was weak, with only a few cells being clumped… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/158025c0

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