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Name:____________________________ Date:_____________

I. Provide what is asked on the following tables.

A. Write the corresponding Antigens and Antibodies present on the following ABH blood types.

Blood type ALL Antigens present ALL Antibodies present

AB

Bombay phenotype

B. Convert the following to their corresponding Rh nomenclature

Fisher – Race Weiner Blood factor Antigens Present

DCE/Dce

R1/R

rh’ rh” / Rh hr’ rh”

R2/Ro

DcE/dCe

II. Write the possible reactions of the following blood type. Write ONLY “+” if there’s a positive reaction and “ – “ if there’s a negative reaction.

1. Blood type A

Reagent Anti – A Anti – B Anti - H A cells B cells


Interpretation

2. Blood type O

Reagent Anti – A Anti – B Anti - H A cells B cells


Interpretation

3. Blood type AB

Reagent Anti – A Anti – B Anti - H A cells B cells


Interpretation

4. Blood type B

Reagent Anti – A Anti – B Anti - H A cells B cells


Interpretation

5. Bombay phenotype

Reagent Anti – A Anti – B Anti - H A cells B cells


Interpretation
III. Identification. Supply what is needed on the following statements.

1.– 2. Write the 2 Major antigens of the Lewis System

3. In what chromosome is the Lewis gene located?

4. The Lewis substance adheres to what ABO precursor chain?

5. What is the expression of Lewis antigen at birth?

6. The most potent blood group antigens next to ABO and Rh

7. The gene that codes for the Kell group

8. The gene that produces the Kx substance

9. The symbol for the cellano phenotype

10. The precursor substance of Kell antigen

11. The absence of Kx proteins in the RBC membrane can lead to

12. RBC with no Kx proteins will have this poikilocytic configuration

13. Absence of Kx proteins in WBCs can cause

14. What is the symbol of K null phenotype

15. Which chromosome is the Kidd gene located?

16. The Silent allele of the Kidd system

17. Which I antigen is predominant on cord cells?

18. It is also known as MN – sialoglycoprotein

19. It is also known as Ss – sialoglycoprotein

20. Thermal range for anti – N antibodies