alexa Abstract | Investigation on the distribution of ABO and Rh Blood Groups in the population of Allinagaram village, Srikakulam District

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Abstract

Allinagaram is one of the small village which belongs to the Etcherla Mandal, Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh State. The village is located adjacent to NH-16Chennai –Kolkata National Highway. As the chances of road accidents were more in the village due to its geographical distribution near NH-16 we have conducted a survey on the blood group awareness in the village. In the survey we found 95% of the village population do not have blood group awareness which is a pre requisite in road accidents. Further as the distribution of blood groups and their frequencies exhibit considerable variation in different geographic locations, reflecting the underlying genetic and ethnic diversity of human population we conducted a study to evaluate the Distribution of ABO and Rh (Rhesus) D blood groups in the population of Allinagaram village randomly. A survey was conducted to investigate the frequency of different blood groups in Allinagaraam village. The Blood group phenotypes were detected using Classic Slide method ABO and Rh Blood groups .A total of 508 individuals were randomly selected for the evaluation of blood grouping in this survey. The study evaluated the frequency of blood groups were found to be A- 17.91% ,AB-6.88%,B- 29.52% and O-45.66% respectively. Out of 508 individuals, only 5.31% were found to be Rh negative.

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Author(s): Sujatha Peela and Swethalatha Porana

Keywords

Blood group, Random, Phenotype, Rh Blood Groups

 
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