found on the surface of a cell; can trigger an immune response if it is not recognized by the body
blood type antigens on the surface of RBCs
produced by body and can destroy cells with recognized antigen
antibodies that react with agglutinogens in the plasma
clumping of RBCs due to combined agglutinogens and agglutinins
lack of red blood cells
excessive bleeding from lack of clotting factors
build up of fatty plaque on the inside of vessels
high blood pressure
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