Making Universal Donor Blood From Other Blood Types | Headline Science





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Published on Aug 21, 2018

Stephen Withers, from the University of British Columbia, reports on enzymes that remove A or B antigens from red blood cells 30 times more efficiently than previously reported enzymes. This could help scientists make universal donor blood from other blood types.

These findings were presented at the 256th American Chemical Society National Meeting in Boston, MA.

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