Subject: If O blood has A&B antibodies, why does it not attack receipient's blood?
Date: Tue Oct 12 00:28:34 2004
Posted by jason
Grade level: 10-12
School: ngee ann polytechnic
City: singapore State/Province: singapore
Area of science: Immunology
it means that since the type O blood has A and B antibodies, why is it when
given to a person of blood type A, the A antibodies in the O blood does not
attack the A antigens in the person's blood?
Re: If O blood has A&B antibodies, why does it not attack receipient's blood?
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