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Micro lab 47

Micro 204, agglutination reaction: blood grouping and the Rh Factor

Do you think that outdated, old reagents might result in a false positive blood typing? Y or N no
The factor on the red blood cell that gives an Rh positive test is an X. D factor
AN individual with the blood type A has naturally occurring antibodies against blood type. B
Human red blood cells are antigenic only in other individuals of X blood type. a different
About X % of that human population is Rh negative. 15
The typing serum for blood type A can be obtained form the serum of a person with blood type X. B
Agglutination is synonymous in meaning to the term X. antigen
The two typing sera used to determine all four blood types are called X and X. Anti-A, Anti-B
The amount or level of antibodies in an antiserum is often referred to as X. titers
Reactive agents used: anti-A typing serum, anti-B typing serum,anti-D typing serum
Created by: kmorris8