Frequency and Distribution of Abo and Rh (D) Blood Groups among the Bengali Muslims of Cachar District of Assam, India
Present paper documents the frequency and distribution of ABO and Rh (D) blood groups among the Bengali Muslims of Bhaurikandi Part-II village of Cachar District of Assam. ABO and Rh (D) blood grouping of 334 individuals have been done by open slide technique using anti-A, anti-B and anti-D sera. The results revealed that the commonest blood group is O followed by B, A and AB with an allele frequency of pc (0.1421), qc (0.1888) and rc (0.6691). Only 5 (1.5%) Bengali Muslims are found to be Rh negative and the allele frequency of rh (d) in the population is 0.0150.
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