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Sometimes two alleles act at the same locus
Two distinct phenotypes emerge
Heterozygous. Example of this incident
called codominins, which are found in the blood of ABOs
Group organization among the population.
Early blood transfusion attempts often kill the patient. around 1900,
Mixed Austrian scientist Karl Landsteiner
Blood cells and serum (blood from any cell
removed) from different persons.
he only got a few combinations
blood is compatible.
In other combinations,
red blood cells
Cluster in the presence of serum from others
personal this discovery led to our potential
manage compatible blood transfusions
Don’t kill the recipient.
Clusters generate inconsistent translations
This is because specific proteins in the serum, called antibodies, respond to foreign or “non” cells.
Antibodies react with proteins on the surface of cells called antigens. Blood compatibility is determined by a set of three alleles.
(IA, IB, and IO) specifies in the same place
Antigens on the surface of red blood cells. Different combinations of these alleles differ
people make four kinds of blood, or
Phenotypes: A, B, AB and O.
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