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Journal of the Japan Society of Blood Transfusion
ABH-antigens and A-and B-glycosyltransferase activity were examined in four patients who received an ABO-incompatible bone marrow transplant from HLA-matched donors. ABO phenotype and ABO genotype were analyzed using flow cytometry and polymerase chain reaction with sequence specific reaction, respectively. On day 14 after bone marrow transplantation (BMT), the ABO genotype of erythroid burst-forming units was converted into the ABO genotype of the donors in all of the recipients. Afterward,doi:10.3925/jjtc1958.48.335 fatcat:yzvh3gmcvnclhimofsykckkaka