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If You Have This Blood Group, You Are Very Fortunate And Important To Society

People may define fortunate in various ways. However, the best way you can ever be fortunate is through having a very compatible blood type. Through this, you are also very important to our society.

A person's blood type is determined by the presence or absence of three proteins in the plasma membrane of erythrocytes, or red blood cells.

Antigens A, B, and the rhesus factor (Antigen type D) are the proteins involved. If a person has Antigen A and the rhesus factor, their blood group is A+, and if they do not have the rhesus factor, their blood group is A-. As a result, we have eight blood groups: A+, A-, B+, B-, AB+, AB-, O+, O-, and AB-.

Those who do not have antigen A or B are classified as O. O is the most fortunate blood type and is extremely significant to society. Because this blood type may supply blood to any other blood type, it is extremely valuable to society.

This blood is used in blood transfusions for other people in society who are sick. People with this blood type, on the other hand, can only receive blood from people of the O blood type.

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