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Blood  related subject: Cells
ABO blood group system, part of Blood Group Antigen Gene Mutation Database
ABO Blood Types There are four principal types: A, B, AB, and O. There are two antigens and two antibodies that are mostly responsible for the ABO types, ...
Bloedgroepen bloedgroepen, rhesus factor, transfusie met erytrocyten, bloedsomloop, bloedcellen, in Dutch
Bloedgroep, rhesusfactor en irregulaire antistoffen Bloedgroepen zijn eiwitten die zich aan de buitenkant van de rode bloedcellen bevinden. Er bestaan meer dan 200 soorten bloedgroepen. De meest bekende is de ‘gewone’ bloedgroep: A, B, AB of O, in Dutch
Blood general overview This leaflet describes blood and how blood cells are made. It give brief overview of common blood disorders, pdf file
Blood biologically the blood is of extreme importance in maintaining homeostasis by transporting needed materials to the appropriate part of the body and by protecting the body against disease, Blood pressure
Blood blood types, blood components, blood groups, blood, human, red cell, white cell, plasma, platelet, erythrocyte, hemoglobin, leukocyte, thrombocyte, protein, agglutinate, agglutination, antigen, antibody, recognition-rejection, Landsteiner, blood type, ABO, Rh, universal donor, universal receiver, genotype, phenotype, Bombay phenotype, HLA, mother-fetus incompatibility, erythroblastosis, anemia, blood test
Blood and the immune system
Blood and the rhesus factor Find out about the rhesus factor and the impact rhesus-negative blood can have during pregnancy, Antigens and antibodies, ABO group system, The rhesus (Rh) system
Blood cells blood consists of a suspension of special cells in a liquid called plasma. In an adult man, the blood is about 1/12th of the body weight and this corresponds to 5-6 litres
Blood chemistry definitions blood chemistry definitions, blood tests, hematology, liver enzymes, mean corpuscular volume, ...
Blood clot formation of blood clot
Blood doping erythropoetin (EPO) EPO is a genetically-engineered version of a natural hormone made by the kidney that stimulates bone marrow to make red blood cells. EPO: Erythropoietin
Blood group antigen gene mutation database the BGMUT database of variations in the genes that encode antigens of blood group systems
Blood group antigens Blood group antigens are the molecules expressed on the surface of human red blood cells (RBC), against which antibodies occur naturally or can be raised. The most popular blood group antigens of clinical importance are the blood-group-ABO antigens and Rh antigens, what are Blood group antigens,  Blood Group Antigens and Cell Adhesion
Blood groups blood groups are created by molecules present on the surface of red blood cells
Blood group terminology
Blood groups, blood typing and blood transfusions blood groups, blood typing and blood transfusions. An adult human has about 4–6 liters of blood circulating in the body. Among other things, blood transports oxygen to various parts of the body. The red blood cells contain hemoglobin, a protein that binds oxygen. Red blood cells transport oxygen to, and remove carbon dioxide from, the body tissues. The white blood cells fight infection. The platelets help the blood to clot, if you get a wound for example. The plasma contains salts and various kinds of proteins
Blood types blood types and genotypes, rhesus factor, Blood types and genotypes? How are ABO alleles inherited by our children? Blood type & Rh factor calculator, Blood type calculator
Blood types Blood types
Blood types Animated Blood Types, Blood Factor Explanation, Determining A-B-O Blood Types, Blood Agglutination By Antibodies
Blood vessels blood vessels are intricate networks of tubes that transport blood throughout the entire body
Blood vessels arteries, which carry blood away from the heart at relatively high pressure, veins, which carry blood back to the heart at relatively low pressure, capillaries which provide the link between the arterial and venous blood vessels
Blood vessels Blood Vessels: Basic Anatomy & Physiology of the vascular system
Blutgruppen in German
Erythropoietin - EPO
Genes and blood type the components of blood, the proteins that determine blood type, and how transfusion (sharing) of blood between people is possible
Hematologie in Dutch
Hematology free online book
Hemophilia: what is it?
Hemoglobine bloedplasma en bloedcellen, bloedplasma, witte bloedcellen, rode bloedcellen (=erythrocyten), witte bloedcellen (=leucocyten), bloedplaatjes (=trombocyten), in Dutch
Hemoglobins what are Hemoglobins
Human Blood Types Reference Human Blood Types Reference, O Positive, O Negative, A Positive, A Negative, B Positive, B Negative, AB Positve, AB Negative
Plasma cells B lymphocytes (often simply called B cells) and, T lymphocytes (likewise called T cells)
Phagocytosis several types of cells in the immune system engulf microorganisms via phagocytosis
Red and white blood cells Red bone marrow, Lymphatic vessel, Lymph node, Neutrophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte, Eosinophil, Basophil
Rhesus factor Rhesus factor, Rh Blood Group System, Antigens of the Rh blood group system are products of RHD and RHCE (collectively referred to as RH30 or RHCED), two tightly linked and highly homologous genes, ...
Rhesus factor Rhesus factor: are you positive or negative?
Rhesus factor Rhesus factor, A gene, B gene, O gene, Blood Antigen Diagrams, pdf file
Rode bloedcellen in Dutch

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