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The presence or absence of a cellular antigen is an inherited trait. As a general rule, individuals will not make antibody directed against an antigen present on their own red blood cells.
Added proof of alloantibody specificity
Determining possible antibody specificities in complex cases
This test is not done for the purpose of establishing paternity
Each antigen typed will be listed by name, followed by "pos" indicating that the antigen is present, or by "neg" indicating that the antigen is absent.
No significant cautionary statements
Standards for Blood Banks and transfusion Services. 21st edition. AABB, 2002