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Apr 15, 2021

[Answer] 3. When a human blood type is said to be "positive" or "negative" to which component of the blood is this label referring?

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...1. Clotting Factor 2. Possible Anemia 3. Rh Factor 4. Presence of Titer Referring to the basic ABO types as either "positive" or "negative" means to designate the presence of the Rh factor - an antigen within the blood cell. Rh is an abbreviation of Rhesus. The blood of all humans either has the Rhesus factor or it does not have it - thus it is identified as positive (has) or negative (does not have). The Rh factor is only one of many antigens (components) of a blood cell.




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Rh Factor:


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