PhysicsUniversal receivers can receive blood from

Universal receivers can receive blood from


  1. A
    Group AB
  2. B
    Group O only
  3. C
    Group O, A, B, AB
  4. D
    Group A, AB 

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    Solution:

    Concept: The four main blood types (groups) are A, B, AB, and O. The genes you inherit from your parents determine your blood type. There are a total of 8 blood groups, each of which can be either RhD positive or RhD negative.
    People with blood group AB contain both A and B antigens on the surface of their RCBs, but neither A nor B antigens are recognised by the blood plasma of these individuals. A person with type AB blood can therefore receive blood from any group (with AB being preferred) , but they are only able to donate blood to other people with type AB blood. They are regarded as all-purpose receivers.
    Hence, the correct answer is option (3) .
     
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