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A Study of the Blood Groups of the Rabbit, with reference to the Inheritance of Three Antigens, and the Agglutinability of the Red Cells Carrying Them

@article{Joysey1955ASO,
  title={A Study of the Blood Groups of the Rabbit, with reference to the Inheritance of Three Antigens, and the Agglutinability of the Red Cells Carrying Them},
  author={Valerie C. Joysey},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Biology},
  year={1955},
  volume={32},
  pages={440-450}
}
  • V. Joysey
  • Published 1 June 1955
  • Biology
  • The Journal of Experimental Biology
1. Kellner and Hedal9s antigen G is identical with Heard9s antigen Z , and similarly g with Y . 2. Kellner & Hedal9s (1953) conclusion that all rabbits must possess at least one of the antigens G or g was found not to be true of animals in this stock. Animals lacking both antigens were found to possess Heard9s antigen W . 3. Z , Y and W form an allelomorphic trio. 4. Heard9s evidence strongly suggests that the most agglutinable cells have more antigen sites (for the antibody in question), than… 

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