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A and B blood group substances in the serum of the newborn infant and the fetus



A and B blood group substances in the serum of the newborn infant and the fetus



Vox Sanguinis [Basel] 8(5): 557-566



Sera from 135 newborn infants (group A, 102; group B, 22; group AB 11) and from 11 fetuses were studied for their content of A and B substances. Specific blood group substance was demonstrated in the vast majority of cases. The concentration was largely lower in non-secretors than in secretors, but the values showed considerable overlapping. The amount of A substance in group A infants was independent of the presence or absence of anti-A in the mother. The concentrations of A substance seemed to be a little higher in sera from infants of group A1 than in sera from group A infants whose A subgroup could not be determined. The concentrations seemed to be lower than in adults.

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