PMID: 6349123Jan 1, 1983Paper

Blood group chimeras. A review

Vox Sanguinis
P Tippett


More than 70 spontaneous chimeric propositi in man are known. This review attempts to summarize the information given by 32 twin chimeras, 32 dispermic chimeras and 11 chimeras of unestablished type.


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