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Abstract: A blood type A1B female, whose plasma agglutinates B red blood cells from other subjects but not her own, was found. Her sister with blood type A1B (sister-1) exhibited the same peculiarity. The agglutination titer of red cells from these two subjects is lower than that of normal B. Her father is blood type B, and his plasma did not agglutinate B red cells from other subjects and his own. Her mother and another sister (sister-2) were usual blood type A1. Blood group galactosyltransferase (B-enzyme) activity of… Show more

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“…To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case of the A 1 phenotype in cis ‐AB reported in English. According to the rules of competition between A and B transferases [5], a strong A transferase may inhibit a weak B transferase, so that expression of the B antigen on erythrocytes is not detectable by serological methods in a rare case with the cis ‐AB/A genotype. Therefore, we infer that the cis ‐AB/A genotype has more than one phenotype: A 1 B 3 , A 1 B x and A 1 .…”
Section: The Phenotypes and Genotypes Of The Cis‐ab Children And Theimentioning
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“…To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case of the A 1 phenotype in cis ‐AB reported in English. According to the rules of competition between A and B transferases [5], a strong A transferase may inhibit a weak B transferase, so that expression of the B antigen on erythrocytes is not detectable by serological methods in a rare case with the cis ‐AB/A genotype. Therefore, we infer that the cis ‐AB/A genotype has more than one phenotype: A 1 B 3 , A 1 B x and A 1 .…”
Section: The Phenotypes and Genotypes Of The Cis‐ab Children And Theimentioning