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O Positive Blood Type Origin
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If mothers blood group is rhs O neg and baby blood group is O positive what would the fathers blood group be?
Father's blood type: Father is O positive. In the A-B-O nomenclature, A and B and dominant and Rh + is dominant over Rh -. That means that the baby had to get an O allele from both mother and father and at least one Rh + allele from a parent. Mom is OO neg neg and that means that the father has to be OO pos neg or OO pos pos. Either way, the father is phenotypically O pos. ...Read more
Universal donor: Great wikipedia question. If that does not answer enough lets do 2nd opinion. ...Read more
HIV screening: An ELISA is often done as an initial HIV screening test. It is designed to have high sensitivity for most types of HIV in the gene real population, but does have some false positives. That being said, there are some types of HIV, e.g. type O, that are unusual outside of Cameroon or West Africa, but are not recognized by usual antibody tests. Check with an I.D. specialist for your area and test. ...Read more
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Not possible: It is possible for the child to be rH negative if both parents are hybrid rH positive (one positive and one negative rH gene), but if they are both type O can only have type O children. Either one of them is not the biologic parent, or someone's blood typing is a mistake. Someone had to give that B gene. ...Read more
What is the test result range for both negative & positive for HSV antibodies IgM & igg? Ex. <0.9 ... Etc
Differs by lab: What you are asking is for the normal "reference ranges" for these tests. Reference ranges are established by each laboratory based on their testing equipment and vary from lab to lab. There is no universal reference range for these or other lab tests. You would need to ask for the range at the lab where the tests were run. ...Read more
Dominant: Positive is dominant over negative. You get one gene from each of your parents, so you are either --, -+, +-, or ++. Only in the case of -- will you have rh negative blood. With -+, +-, and ++, you will have rh positive blood. This makes rh positive blood the most common type of the two. This can be a problem with a baby: if mom is rh pos (+-), dad is rh neg (--), and baby is rh neg (--): attack! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi docs! wondering what ABO and Rh blood type could a person with type o rh+ blood safely receive?
Father has o positive blood mother has o positive rhfactor blood child was born with b positive blood how can this be?
Blood type genetics: Abo blood type refers to antigens present on red blood cells. From each parent you inherit an a antigen, a b antigen, or no antigen. People inheriting an a and an a are type a. Inheriting an a from one parent and nothing from the other is also type a. Inheriting an a and a b creates type ab. People who are type o have no antigens. If each parent is type o, the children must be type o. ...Read more
If my blood type is o positive and my husband is o negative can we have a baby that is o positive blood types?
Yes: You will pass on the positive trait at least half the time, maybe always, so the chance is very good that the baby will be O positive. ...Read more
I urgently need help regarding some blood test results of my girlfriend. ABO blood group test value- O
rh o(d) factor- positive. pls help?
The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative , Rh resistant, Rh positive
That is only part : The rh system is the most important determinant of blood type next to the ABO system. You sometimes see that a patient is a+. That means they have blood type a and rhesus positive. You have to know both in order to donate or receive blood. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Universal donor: Someone with AB blood has both A and B antigens on their red cells. O blood has neither on them. AB recipient's body would not notice O's absence of A&B just as would not react to own cells' presence of A&B. O person would react if given AB blood since both antigens don't belong in O's body. AB(+) considered "universal recipient" as could (in theory) get any type A/B/AB & rH + or - blood. ...Read more
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