type AB

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Noun1.type AB - the blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B antigenstype AB - the blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B antigens
blood group, blood type - human blood cells (usually just the red blood cells) that have the same antigens
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Rarely, a Sphynx will be type AB. This is important to know if your Sphynx has a health emergency that requires a blood transfusion, because giving type A blood to a type B cat causes a fatal reaction.
Type A individuals have the antigen A, type B have antigen B, and type AB have both; type O have neither of these antigens.
Yamakawa discovered that the four blood groups could be separated by the terminal sugars of the glycolipids on the surface of the red cells, N-acetylgalactosamine (type A), galactose (type B), both of the sugars (type AB).
Type A individuals have the A antigen, Type B have the B, Type AB have both, and Type O have neither.
Type A1, A2 behavioral styles are more inclined towards the very high and high level of stress, Type AB are more inclined towards the moderate stress while Type B1 and B2 are more inclined towards the less level of stress.
Scientific investigations in 1970 and in 1981 showed that the flesh is real human heart tissues, and the blood is human blood, type AB.
Donations of all blood types are needed, but there is a special need for type O-negative whole blood donors, type AB plasma donors and platelet donors.
There were 3,274 bags of Type O blood, 2,378 bags of Type A blood, 2,310 bags of Type B blood, and 778 bags of Type AB blood, according to data from the Taiwan Blood Services Foundation, which runs the center.
You can have A or B antigens for Type A or Type B blood, both for Type AB, or neither for Type O.
Blood type AB may increase your risk of cognitive problems, according to research from the journal Neurology.
He had used hypnosis on her and he had killed in the past to obtain type AB blood - Kerry's type - and one of the "policemen" mentioned a 1932 murder case involving a vampire.