Anti-h Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
These are the MediaLab courses that cover Anti-h and links to relevant pages within the course.
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|Why would a unit of group O blood never be administered to a Bombay patient:||View Page|
|Which of the following list of antibodies generally reacts most strongly at 4o C:||View Page|
|Which of the following blood groups reacts least strongly with Anti-H:||View Page|
|The Bombay Blood Group|
Homozygous "hh" individuals do not form H substance and thus have no way for late sugars to attach. The blood group resulting from the homozygous "hh" condition is called the Bombay blood group (Bombay phenotype). Due to the presence of anti-H in the serum of a person with the Bombay phenotype, only blood from another person with the Bombay phenotype may be transfused.
|What is present in the blood of an individual with the Bombay phenotype which will cause it to agglutinate with any non-Bombay individual's blood?||View Page|