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What blood contains only anti A antibodies?

Last Updated: 2nd June, 2020

The liquid part of your blood without cells (serum) is mixed with blood that is known to be type A and type B. People with type A blood have anti-B antibodies. People with type B blood have anti-A antibodies. Type O blood contains both types of antibodies.

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Similarly, you may ask, which type of Agranulocyte produces antibodies?

B lymphocytes

Also Know, which of the following is an anticoagulant substance produced by basophils? heparin

Also asked, which blood type contains RBCs with surface antigen B only and plasma that contains only anti A antibodies?

The ABO blood group

Type O Type AB
RBC Antigen present None A, B
Plasma antibody present Anti-A, Anti-B None
Compatible donor RBC O O, A, B, AB
Incompatible donor RBC A, B, AB None

Which white blood cell type has granules that stain dark purple?

BASOPHIL. The basophilic granules in this cell are large, stain deep blue to purple, and are often so numerous they mask the nucleus. These granules contain histamines (cause vasodilation) and heparin (anticoagulant). In a Differential WBC Count we rarely see these as they represent less than 1% of all leukocytes.

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What is Agranulocytes function?

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