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A person with type AB blood is considered universal recipient would have ______ antigens on red blood cells, and _______ antibodies in the plasma.



Correct Answer
A

A and B, neither anti-A nor anti-B

Your Answer
B

neither A nor B, both anti-A and anti-B

Your Answer
C

B, anti-A

Your Answer
D

 A, anti-B


Solution

The correct option is D

A and B, neither anti-A nor anti-B


Type ‘A' blood has antibodies to antigens of type 'B' and type 'B' has antibodies to antigens of type 'A'. Group 'AB' has no antibodies as the RBCs have both 'A' and 'B' surface antigens which are recognised as non-foreign proteins. 

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