Some observations on "Bombay" bloods, with comments on evidence for the existence of two different Oh phenotypes.

@article{Moores1975SomeOO,
  title={Some observations on "Bombay" bloods, with comments on evidence for the existence of two different Oh phenotypes.},
  author={Peter Moores and P. D. Issitt and B G Pavone and B G McKeever},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={1975},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={237-43}
}
Bloods from three individuals, one each of the phenotypes Oh-A, Oh-B and Oh-O have been studied. The work of Dzierzkowa-Borodej, et al.-10 was confirmed when it was shown that all three samples of Oh red blood cells had increased I antigen strength. The i, Sd-a, Le-a and Le-x antigens were not found to be increased. Attempts were made to adsorb and elute… CONTINUE READING