Published in Blood Weekly, March 6th, 1995
Data on the At blood group antigen and clinical significance of anti-Ata are scarce. Originally described in 1967, the At(a-) phenotype is a rare, inherited red cell (RBC) phenotype.
J.D. Sweeney, American Red Cross Blood Services, Mid-Atlantic Region, and Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, and colleagues described a case that involved an example of anti-Ata in which hemolytic disease of the newborn was absent but which required consideration for the purposes of transfusion practice ("At(a-) Phenotype: ...
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