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Blood groups are classified based on the presence and absence of antibodies and inherited antigenic substances on the surface of the red blood cells.
There are 4 major blood groups based on the presence or absence of 2 antigens A and B
In addition to these antigens, Rh factor (a protein) that may be present or absent creating 8 blood groups
A+. A-, B+, B-, O+, O-, AB+, AB-
Blood Group A: Blood group A has only antigen A on red cells and antibody B in the plasma.
It is classified into A+ and A- based on the presence or absence of Rh antigen.
Blood Group B: Blood gp B has only antigen B on red cells and antibody A in the plasma.
Blood Group AB: Blood gp AB has both antigens A and B on red cells and has no antibody.
Blood Group O: Blood gp O has neither A nor B antigens on the red cells , but both antibody A and B in the plasma.
Blood Gp O is the universal donor and can donate blood to anyone.
Gp A can donate blood to A’s and AB’s.
Gp B can donate blood to B’s and AB’s.
Gp AB can donate blood to other AB’s, but can receive blood from all other blood types.
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