Rh, Lewis, and Kidd antibodies
Rh, Lewis, Kidd antibodies: Antibodies from these blood group systems will be enhanced (react more strongly) when tested against enzyme-treated reagent red blood cells.
While antibodies in the Rh, Lewis, Kidd, and ABO blood group systems are enhanced when tested against red blood cells that have been enzyme-treated, antigens in the MNS and Duffy blood group systems are degraded when treated with enzymes, so antibodies against these antigens will be weaker or non-reactive when tested against enzyme-treated red blood cells.
Therefore, the first choice is incorrect because it includes MN and Duffy antibodies;
The third choice is incorrect because it includes S antibodies;
The last choice is incorrect because it includes Duffy antibodies.
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