Kidd blood group

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A blood group defined by a human red cell antigen encoded by the JK gene at 18q 11–12. It is about 30 kb long and encodes an integral membrane glycoprotein that functions in the transport of urea. The antibody was discovered in 1951 and given the family name of the female patient who produced it.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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