A case report on weak subgroup of A

Dr. Saurabh Lahare, Dr. Sankalp Sharma

Abstract


A end is a weak subgroup of Blood group “A”, found rarely in general population, not detected by routine forward and reverse blood grouping, detected by Adsorption/Elution technique along with saliva testing for A, B and H antigens. Although it is subgroup of “A” but it lacks “A” antigen in saliva and contains only “H” antigen.

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- A end, subgroup, A blood group, saliva testing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7439/ijbar.v8i10.4218

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