ABO blood group system

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Synonyms for ABO blood group system

a classification system for the antigens of human blood

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Distribution of ABO blood groups and Lewis antigens among 32 children <6 years of age infected with various rotavirus strains in Monastir, Tunisia, November 2011- February 2012 * Isolated No.
ABO blood group system is genetically controlled and proportions of various ABO groups differ significantly in different populations and ethnic groups (1).
ABO blood groups are determined based on a locus on chromosome 93/4the Rh gene is on the first chromosome (1).
A relationship between cancer of stomach and the ABO blood groups.
Mead and his colleagues found no association between ABO blood group and vaginal colonization.
A team of Scandinavian scientists explains the mechanisms behind the protection that blood type O provides and suggests that the selective pressure imposed by malaria may contribute to the variable global distribution of ABO blood groups in the human population.
Landsteiner discovered the ABO blood groups in 1901, developed the modern system of classification of blood groups, and identified, in 1937, together with Alexander S.
ABO blood groups and Lewis phenotype also play a role in NoV infections, either as ligands or as restriction factors (2).
A broad range of available evidence suggests that the origin, distribution and relative proportion of ABO blood groups in humans may have been directly influenced by selective genetic pressure from Plasmodium falciparum infection (1).
HLA antigens, lymphocytotoxic antibody, anti-parietal cell antibody serum gastrin levels, and ABO blood groups.