범식물응집소 Caragana chamlagu Lam의 응집조지에 관한 연구
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- Kim, Jung Ju
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- Since blood groups and histocompatibility were discovered, they have been applied in several fields of medicine which include transfusion, organ transplantation, identification of paternity, diagnosis of certain specific diseases and study of ethnology. In this study, the author demonstrated that the panhemagglutination activity of C. Chamlagu extract was inhibited by certain sera, while in others it was not. Therefore, the author designated the former as CCI (Caragana Chamlagu Inhibitor) and the latter as CCN (Caragana Chamlagu Non-inhibitor). Samples taken from 873 cases were composed of 250 blood donors, 244 traumatic cases, 92 puer-perants, and 287 cases of paternity identification. The author also analyzed the frequencies of the CCI and CCN in comparison with blood groups and types, i.e. ABO, Rh subtypes (CDEce), MNSs and secretor types. The results were as follows: 1. Normal distributions of CCI and CCN were 71.33% and 28.67% respectively. 2. There were statistically no significant differences between normal distributions and each distribution of the blood groups and types.
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