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Recent observations in the rhesus blood group system 1. a weak expression of the rh antigen e 2. finding of rare rh antigen c x


, : Recent observations in the rhesus blood group system 1. a weak expression of the rh antigen e 2. finding of rare rh antigen c x. Zeitschrift fuer Rechtsmedizin 86(4): 255-260

Upon testing blood samples for a medico-legal purpose, an exceptionally weak expression of the Rhesus antigen e was observed. There is evidence for the phenotype Rh2rh, which is unusual in white people. The low incidence antigen Cx was found in 2 cases. Its mode of reaction with anti-C and anti-c sera is described.

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