Q.) Bombay blood group is characterized by absence of
Q.) The antigens for ABO and Rh blood groups are present
Q.) The person having antigen B on surface of RBCs has
Q.) Under which circumstances will an antigen-antibody reaction occur?
Q.) Human blood types in the ABO blood group is based on
Q.) Which of the following blood group is called the universal donor?
Q.) The most sensitive method for blood grouping is
Q.) Red blood cells that do not contain either A or B antigens on their surface are normally found in the person with blood type
Q.) If the blood group of a person is A then the antibodies present in that person's blood is
Q.) The blood group in ABO system, that lacks antigen on the RBC membrane is
Q.) The blood group systems is discovered by scientist
Q.) Which of the following blood group is referred to as the universal recipient?
Q.) Which blood type can be transfused to an individual whose blood type is unknown?
Q.) The Rh-blood group system was discovered by Karl Landsteiner in
Q.) Antibodies for ABO blood group are present
Q.) When typing blood, a positive reaction
Q.) The serum of an individual with B blood group contains
Q.) Name the three genes responsible for the production of Rh antigens.