(Other Blood Group Systems and Stem Cells)
Anti-P1 a clinically insignificant, naturally-occuring IgM antibody.
Anti-P a clinically-significant haemolytic IgM (usually) antibody.
Stem cell a cell that has the ability to continuously divide,
Where is DNA found?
Mostly in nucleus but a small amount is found in mitochondria
Differentiate between homozygous and heterozygous genotypes.
Homozygous individual with two identical chromosomes with the same genes on
What is partial D and how is it clinically significant?
Partial D is a type of weak D, in which the normal number of D antigen is present on
the RBC surface, but with missing epitopes. It is clinically significant because partial D
Adverse Effects of Blood Transfusion
Self Assessment Quiz
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Case One (Questions 1 5):
An inexperienced nurse in a home heal
Subgroups are the result of inefficient As a result, antigen amount is
True or false: B subgroups are less common than A subgroups
True or false: if anti-H antibodies are added to A 1 blood, agglutination will take
Transfusion reaction any adverse outcome attributable to transfusion of one or
more blood components.
Clerical error wrong labelling
Intravascular hemolysis hemolysis inside blood vessels due to antibodies activating