What will happen when the blood type B- is mixed with antiserum anti-Rh?
The first portion of blood typing is the ABO determination- which is known by what glycolipids are present on the red blood cell membrane. Type A and B are codominant, while type O is recessive and contains no antigens. The second portion is the Rh factor, which is a protein that when present is positive blood, and not present is negative blood.
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fromChapter 13 / Lesson 5
Blood types are determined by antigens found in red blood cells. Learn about the blood types, red blood cell antigens, agglutination, the ABO system, the blood groups, and the definitions of universal donor and universal recipient blood types.