Selective interactions among Rh, ABO, and sex ratio of newborns

@article{Valenzuela1985SelectiveIA,
  title={Selective interactions among Rh, ABO, and sex ratio of newborns},
  author={Carlos Y. Valenzuela and Ruth Walton},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={1985},
  volume={71},
  pages={53-57}
}
The hypothesis that the Rh and ABO blood systems behave like the HLA system in relation to mother-conception tolerance-rejection mechanisms was tested in 25,501 mother-infant pairs. According to this hypothesis, heterozygotes carrying a paternal gene that is not present in their mother should be better tolerated than homozygotes. Significantly more BO… CONTINUE READING