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blood group antigens


'blood group antigens' can also refer to...

Colton blood group antigen

MN blood group antigens

Colton blood group antigen

MN blood group antigens

blood group antigens

Affinities of recombinant norovirus P dimers for human blood group antigens

Affinities of human histo-blood group antigens for norovirus capsid protein complexes

Effects of Blood Group Antigen–Binding Adhesin Expression during Helicobacter pylori Infection of Mongolian Gerbils

Association of Histo–Blood Group Antigens and Susceptibility to Norovirus Infections

Histo—Blood Group Antigens and Susceptibility to Infection with Norovirus Genogroup II Genotype 4

Expression of histo-blood group antigens by lipopolysaccharides of Helicobacter pylori strains from Asian hosts: the propensity to express type 1 blood-group antigens

Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of a Type 2 Blood Group A Tetrasaccharide and Development of High-throughput Assays Enables a Platform for Screening Blood Group Antigen-cleaving Enzymes

Molecular modeling of glycosyltransferases involved in the biosynthesis of blood group A, blood group B, Forssman, and iGb3 antigens and their interaction with substrates

The fucosylated histo-blood group antigens H type 2 (blood group O, CD173) and Lewis Y (CD174) are expressed on CD34+ hematopoietic progenitors but absent on mature lymphocytes

Increased expression of the blood group‐related Lewis Y antigen on synovial fluid granulocytes of patients with arthritic joint diseases

Effect of host Lewis and ABO blood group antigen expression on Helicobacter pylori colonisation density and the consequent inflammatory response

Landing Preference of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) on Human Skin Among ABO Blood Groups, Secretors or Nonsecretors, and ABH Antigens

BGMUT: NCBI dbRBC database of allelic variations of genes encoding antigens of blood group systems

Comprehensive analysis of blood group antigen binding to classical and El Tor cholera toxin B-pentamers by NMR

 

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The cell surface antigens found chiefly, but not exclusively, on cells in the blood; many being carbohydrate moieties of membrane glycoproteins or glycolipids. More than fifteen different blood group systems are recognized in humans. Naturally occurring antibodies are found to some, even without immunization, and matching blood groups is important for safe transfusion. See ABO blood group system; Duffy; Kell; Lewis blood group; MN blood group antigens; Rhesus blood group.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gv/mhc/xslcgi.cgi?cmd=bgmut/ Blood group antigen mutation database.

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