Possible Blood Type Of Child If Parents Have Blood Groups AB And O
, my father has goldar AB, mother O, my sister is BKira2 what is my goldar? Because I want to check but I’m afraid of blood
Originally posted 2020-04-16 13:36:05.
Thank you for the question.
ABO blood type is determined based on antigens on red blood cells and antibodies found in the plasma. This blood type can be passed down from parent to child following the Mendelian inheritance law.
If your father has blood type AB, it means that his red blood cells contain A and B antigens, whereas in the plasma there are no anti A and anti B antibodies. antibodies anti A and anti B. From crossing blood groups AB and O, the resulting child can have blood type A or B. Your blood type may not be determined just by looking at your brother's blood type.
So, the most appropriate step to find out this blood type still have to check directly to the laboratory. Don't worry too much, because the blood that will be taken at the examination of this blood type is generally very small, so the potential is very minimal causing you to experience certain health problems. If you are afraid, you can ask the people closest to you to accompany you ...
I hope this helps.