ABO BG System

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ABO BG System
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  1. ABH genes code for what enzymes which add specific sugars to comon precursor chains?
    Glycosyl Transferase
  2. Hh BG System
    H antigen is the structure on which A&B antignes are made.
  3. What is genotype if phenotype is O
    OO
  4. What is genotype if phenotype is P?
    BB or BO
  5. What is genotype if phenotype is A2B or A1B
    A2B or A1B respectively
  6. What is genotype if phenotype is A2
    A2A2 or A2O
  7. What is genotype if phenotype is A1
    A1A1 or A1A2 or A1O
  8. Precursor Chains
    Type 1 & 2 are differentiated by the type of linkage between the terminal carbs.
  9. A1 Antibody
    • Naturally occuring in B&O
    • This antibody (subgroup of A) is usually IgM and occasionally IgG.
    • Reacts at 37
  10. ABH Structures can be made of what?
    Glycolipids, glycoproteins, or glycosphingolipids
  11. IgM ABO antibodies tend to...
    be Naturally Occurring
  12. IgG Antibdies
    Are Immune related antibodies like: pregnancty or transfusions
  13. A gene enzyme and sugar produced
    alpha-3-acetygalactosaminyl-transferase sugar =  N acetylgalactosamine (GalNAc)
  14. B gene enzyme and sugar produced
    alpha-3-D-galactosyltransferase sugar= D-Galactose (Gal)
  15. O gene enzyme and sugar produced
    NONE is produced!
  16. H gene enzyme and sugar produced:
    alpha - 2 - L - fucosyltransferase sugar = fucose (fuc)

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