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ABO*B3.01 Found in the A1B3 Phenotype Showing ABO Discrepancy: The First Case in Korea

Kim N, Yu H, Lee J, Kim DS, Lee HS, Chung YN, Cho YG, Cho D

B₃ is a rare finding, but it is most common in the B subgroup, which been reported as being 0.025% of the total B group in Koreans. ABO*B3.01 is a...
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Six Years' Experience Performing ABO Genotyping by PCR-direct Sequencing

Won EJ, Cho D, Heo MS, Park HR, Shin MG, Ryang DW

  • KMID: 1424275
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2012 Dec;23(3):236-247.
BACKGROUND: ABO genotyping is essential for resolving ABO grouping discrepancy and for determinating ABO subgroups. Most clinical samples, including suspected inherited subgroups and acquired variant phenotypes, can be determined by...
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A Transfusion Experience for a Patient with Cis-A2B3 Phenotype

Oh E, Lee H, Park Y, Lim HS

  • KMID: 2090014
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2010 Aug;21(2):154-157.
We report the case of a 64-year-old man presenting to the hospital for treatment of his anemia. Exact ABO blood typing is an essential step to prevent transfusion reactions. The...
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Rapid ABO Genotyping Using Whole Blood without DNA Purification

Lee SH, Park G, Yang YG, Lee SG, Kim SW

BACKGROUND: ABO genotyping is commonly used in cases of an ABO discrepancy between cell typing and serum typing, as well as in forensic practice for personal identification and paternity testing....
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ABO Genotyping using a Multiplex Single-base Primer Extension Reaction

Hyun J, Chang HE, Heo SR, Song SH, Park KU, Song J, Han KS

  • KMID: 1513825
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2007 Aug;18(2):79-88.
BACKGROUND: ABO genotyping is being widely used in the case of ABO discrepancies and in forensic medicine. We have designed a method using a multiplex single-base primer extension reaction that...
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A Case of a Family with a High Frequency of cis-AB

Huh HJ, Min EG, Han KS, Chae SL

  • KMID: 1909660
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2007 Dec;18(3):239-243.
The cis-AB phenotype is relatively common in the Japanese and Korean populations. Phenotypes of cis-AB include variables such as A2B3, A2B and A1B3. A few cases of cis-AB with phenotype...
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ABO Genotyping by Pyrosequencing Analysis

Song EY, Noh JK, Yoon Y, Choi YS, Park SS, Ra EK, Han KS

  • KMID: 2254108
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2006 Dec;17(2):106-115.
BACKGROUND: ABO genotyping is being used increasingly when the results of serologic typing are unclear or there is some suspicion of rare ABO subtypes. Conventional molecular diagnostic methods such as...
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A Case of Cis-AB without B Antigen Expression

Kang SH, Lee YK, Park MJ, Shin DH, Cho HC, Lee KM, Han KS

  • KMID: 2300118
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2001 Dec;12(2):245-251.
The cis-AB bood type is a rare phenomenon in which both the A and B blood types are inherited from a single parent. The cis-AB persons are not homogeneous with...
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A Case of Cis-AB Child from a Group O Father and a Group A Mother

Song EY, Jeon DS, Seo DH, Han KS

  • KMID: 2135513
  • J Clin Pathol Qual Control.
  • 2001 Dec;23(2):325-329.
Cis-AB is a rare variant of the ABO blood group, which is characterized by the inheritance of both A and B genes on one chromosome. The cis-AB blood group has...
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Unusual Phenotype Expression in a Cis-AB Trait: Cis-AB Child from a Group A Father and a Group O Mother

Whang DH, Shin BM, Lee HS, Hur M, Han BY, Han KS

  • KMID: 2300131
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2000 Dec;11(2):169-175.
Cis-AB (A2B3) is a rare genotype resulting from the inheritance of both A and B genes on one chromosome. Among possible genotypes of cis-AB, in individuals with O/cis AB and...
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A Case of Ael with Anti-A

Kim HS, Lee DH

  • KMID: 1862944
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 1999 May;10(1):69-75.
We report a case of Ael in a 44-year old woman. The patient' red cells were typed as O and her serum had both anti-A and anti-B, but the agglutination...
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A Case of Ael with Anti-A

Kim HS, Lee DH

  • KMID: 1838441
  • J Korean Soc Microbiol.
  • 1999 Feb;34(1):69-76.
We report a case of Ael in a 44-year old woman. The patient s red cells were typed as 0 and her serum had both anti-A and anti-B, but the...
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Application of ABO genotyping in determination of ABO subgroups

Kim MJ, Shin JW, Kim YH, Kim HO, Cho SR, Kim WJ

  • KMID: 2069261
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 1998 Dec;9(2):209-217.
BACKGROUND: The knowledge about the nucleotides sequence of 9th chromosome that regulates the phenotype of ABO blood group has made the ABO genotyping possible. Since the genotyping can be done...
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Genotyping of ABO and D Antigens

Oh HB, Cho YJ, Cho YH, Hwang YS, Kim DS, Kim SI

  • KMID: 2253875
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 1997 May;8(1):31-37.
BACKGROUND: Genes for ABO and Rh phenotypes were recently identified. Although ABO genotyping don't find wide application in hospital transfusion services, it can play an important role in paternity and...
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