Serology and Genetics of a New Blood Type Bm View Full Text


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1971-06

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SHIGENORI IKEMOTO, TANEMOTO FURUHATA

ABSTRACT

TYPE Am, a variation of the A blood type, was discovered by Weiner et al.1 and further studied by Salmon et al.2 and HrubiSko et al.3,4. Ikemoto et al.6 conducted family surveys on type Bm 5 in Japanese subjects. Although there have been genetic surveys and studies of the antigenicity of red cells, nobody has yet quantified the immune globulins in serum, the effect of the B and O decomposing enzymes on the Bm red cells, the genetic polymorphism of the plasma or the antigenicity of hairs and cells in the oral mucosa. Recently we surveyed a family, F, of type Bm which included monozygotic twins. We report now further surveys on some of the members of that family and discuss their antigenic relationships and Furuhata's7 triple allelomorph theory, that blood type antibodies are genetically determined. More... »

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184-185

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  • 1966-08. Beobachtungen über Varianten des Blutgruppensystems ABO in BLUT ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR DIE GESAMTE BLUTFORSCHUNG
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