What is an ABO blood group?

  An ABO group of blood is a group of human blood. ABO is a classification of human blood types which is divided into four sub groups. An ABO is another word for types of blood group. The four group of human blood are A, B, AB and O. each of the blood group is classified by a particular combination of antigens within the red blood cells and which naturally occurs in the antibodies inside the blood plasma.

Why are antigens and antibodies important in ABO transfusion?

An antigen and antibodies of the same type of blood causes agglutination when mixed  together which invariably results in difficulty in blood transfusion

What controls blood groups inheritance?

 Inheritance of blood grouping is overseen or controlled by a single autosomal gene on chromosome 9 with 3 main alleles A,B and O

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