What blood factors make a b negative?
RH factor in blood types stands for "Rhesus Factor". Blood tests were performed on Rhesus monkeys and the Rh+ and Rh- factors were isolated. An antigen found in the red blood cells of most people: those who have Rh factor are said to be Rh positive (Rh+), while those who do not are Rh negative (Rh-). What about the meaning of RHD- Rh blood group, D antigen . The rhesus complex is not just one antigen, but several, when someone is told to be Rh+, it usually refers to the D antigen (one of the components of the Rh complex), because it's the most common, and the easiest to identify, however it's not the only one.
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Only 2% of the people have B neg. blood.. They can give blood to B neg people only.. Can receive O neg. if needed. B Neg. is best.. It's the newest blood group known and wa…s develope over time for higher alatues.
Yes. The different blood types are A, B, AB, and O. But, both A and B have two variations. A can be either AA or AO, while B can be either BB or BO. AB can only be AB and O… can only be OO. So, if the B parent has BO blood and the A parent has AO blood, each can give an O, resulting in OO blood, which would be blood type O. Here is a chart of the possible results if the parents are AO and BO: . ...... B O A AB AO O BO OO . So, these parents can produce children with all four blood types: AB, A, B, and O. And, since one parent is Rh-negative and one is Rh-positive, the children could be either negative or positive.
If the mother has a negative blood and the father is b negative does that make the child ab negative?
No. If both parents have a negative blood type, the child will either have the mother's blood type, or father's blood type, or if one parent is A- and the other B- only the…n can a child be born AB-. However, if two people with negative blood types try to have a baby, that may be very difficult. Sterility usually runs on the negative blood types, but conceiving a child is not impossible for them.
It depends on what recessive gene you and your wife carry. Your children could theoretically have all of the types, A, B, AB, or O. As a type A, your recessive gene could be A… or O. It could not be B because that would express and your blood type would be AB. Your wife could have the recessive genes B or O. She could not have A. So basically, your children have a 25% chance for any of the blood types.
Not necessarily, it depends on the genetics of the parents.
Depends, the incidence of the gene varies from region to region of the planet. But generally, B negative blood is a rare type of blood. The only rarer one being AB negative.
Yes. 85% of the population is Rh+. Rh- is recessive . Type O+ and B- can make O+/- (or) B+/-
Something called the "Rhesus Factor". If you have the Rhesus Factor, your blood is "positive". If you don't have it, you are Rhesus Negative. If someone belongs to the B bloo…d group, you would see medical notes recording B Rh Neg or B Rh Pos.
Yeah. It's like math (+)( -) =(-) But it can only be O blood. O blood can give to everyone but only receive form itself.
Yes! O NEG is a universal donor, so it is compatible with all blood types...
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information: . Mother type O pos = can only be OO and Rh (++) or (+-) . Father type B pos = can be BB or BO …and Rh (++) or (+-) Baby receives one gene from each parent: . Baby is type BO (++) = Type B pos . Baby is type BO (+-) = Type B pos . Baby is type BO (--) = Type B neg . Baby is type OO (++) = Type O pos . Baby is type OO (+-) = Type O pos . Baby is type OO (--) = Type O neg YES , the baby of O pos and B pos parents can beblood Type O neg.
No. If neither parent has an A or AB type, then there is no A gene to pass on to the child.
Rh blood type is determined by the presence or absence of the D antigen. People who are Rh positive have the D antigen and those that are Rh negative lack this. Some people ha…ve a variant of the D antigen, called Du. Presence of Du antigen causes lab results to report the blood type as Rh negative, although the patient behaves as an Rh positive would. Du negative means a "true Rh negative" result.
The possibilities include B positive, B negative, O positive, O negative.
The offspring of AB negative and B positive parents may be type A, B or AB, Rh positive or negative. Specific type depends on the genotype of the phenotypic B, Rh positive par…ent.