Friday, February 20, 2015

Study group discussion: Removal of antigens from RBC's

Did anybody know that we can remove A and B antigen? :O

From what kind of RBCs?

Didn't know!

Yes, I read a research while back. The idea was simple, the O group has no antigen naturally, so they thought about removing A and B antigen too.. They first used coffee beans to remove it but it required acidic pH that resulted in hemolysis, finally they found the glycosades in bettle to remove A and B..

Link to a research using bacteria to remove ABO group.. :)

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