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the Rh blood group was named after what?


the Rh blood group was named after what?

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Rhesus (Rh) factor is the inherited protein. It is found on the surface of red blood cells. The person is Rh negative if this protein is not present in its RBC. The person is rh positive if the protein is present on its RBC.

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The Rh factor was named initially over the name of Rhesus monkey. It was b...

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