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Relative merits of serum and plasma for blood
Serologic specificity C
ity on the distribution of the ABO groups
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A-B-H secretor types A-B-O blood groups A-B-O groups A-B-O hemolytic disease absorption agglutination agglutinins agglutinogen alleles allelic genes anti-A and anti-B anti-A or anti-B anti-A reagents anti-B agglutinins anti-B sera anti-H lectin antibodies antigens blood group substances blood grouping tests blood types cells of group chances of excluding child clumping determinant groups dilution disputed paternity dried blood stains Dungern and Hirszfeld excluding paternity four A-B-O blood four blood groups gene frequencies genetic genotypes group A red group A1 group B cells group O serum group-specific substances groups and subgroups Hardy-Weinberg law hemolysis heredity heterozygous homozygous human red cells individuals inhibition tests isoagglutinins isoantibodies Landsteiner Landsteiner's rule Le(a Le(a+ lectin Lewis substance Lewis types mother mother-child combinations newborn babies nonsecretor patients phenotypes plasma postulated present putative father react reactions reagents red cell suspension red cells saline solution saliva secretions serologic Sese shown in Table subgroup A2 titer transfusion tube twins Wiener