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Genetics for blood bankers

Genetics for blood bankers

a technical workshop

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Published by AABB in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human genetics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditor, Janet Kay Wilson ; presented by the Committee on Technical Workshops, American Association of Blood Banks.
    ContributionsWilson, Janet Kay., American Association of Blood Banks. Committee on Technical Workshops.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH431 .G399
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 149 p. :
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3864677M
    ISBN 100914404598
    LC Control Number81186104
    OCLC/WorldCa7079177

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    Start studying Genetic principles in Blood Banking. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Basic & Applied Concepts of Blood Banking and Transfusion Practices, 4th Edition combines logically organized and updated content in a highly readable way that makes difficult concepts easy to understand. This essential text enables you to develop a solid understanding of all areas of blood banking by utilizing common theory, clinical scenarios, case studies, and critical-thinking exercises.

    Genetics deals with the study of genes, genetic variations, and heredity in organisms. It was discovered by Gregor Mendel who studied the inheritance patterns in a pea plant. The trait which made up the phenotype of the offspring was the dominant trait, while the other one was a recessive trait. The Genetics of ABO Blood Type. The ABO system is under control of a gene found on chromosome 9. Three alleles can be found on the locus for the blood type gene. The A allele codes for the A glycoprotein. The B allele codes for the B glycoprotein. The o allele codes for nothing. (Note that I wrote “o” in lower case on purpose, as we’ll Missing: blood bankers.


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Myeloid (blood producing) tissue is found in the red bone marrow located in the spongy bone. As a person ages much of this marrow becomes fatty and ceases production.

But it retains stem cells and can be called on to regenerate and produce blood cells later in an emergency. RBCs enter the blood at a rate of about 2 million cells per second.

Blood banks may be uniquely positioned to conduct large genetic epidemiologic studies. They have a broad donor base, collect blood samples frequently, test them for infectious agents using nucleic acid technology, and routinely collect demographic (phenotype) information into large databases.

1 Large repositories of banked specimens from blood donors exist. 2 At the same time, blood donor. The interview was for a book I was writing on blood, a topic I knew a little about by then, but the baldness of his statement still shocked me. Blood bankers are reluctant to talk about why.Chapter 2 Basic genetics for blood bankers.

Objectives After reading lecture slides and text, students will: • Explain Mendel’s laws of independent segregation and random assortment • Relate dominant and recessive traits with examples of blood group antigen inheritance • Explain the Hardy-Weinberg principle and its relationship to genetic traits • Solve Hardy-Weinberg problems .