34. Which of the following test is performed in order to detect Weak D antigen routinely?
2. Partial D phenotypes are notorious. They can produce a hemolytic disease of newborn. Which of the following categories of partial D is the commonest?
3. Individuals with severely reduced expression of Rh antigens in all their RBCs are referred to as?
4. A 20- year old male was admitted for an elective appendectomy, he had history of blood transfusion but details were not available. His blood group was A-Rh negative. Antibody screening was positive. The antibody seemed to react with both C and D cells with same strength. Identify the antibody?