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1.    What is a weak antigen?

2.    Create a chart for possible blood transfusion based solely on

the ABO blood groups.

3.    How is the Rh blood grouping different from the ABO system, and what does the + and the - signify?

4.    What is the H antigen and how does it relate to the ABO system? Could an individual have the H phenotype, mate with an O positive person, and have A positive children?

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The weak D antigen is the weakened form of the D antigen that would react with the anti-D typing cells but does not react... View the full answer

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