The John Milton Hagen antigen JMH is a high-incidence serological character (1). It is expressed on erythrocytes and weakly on peripheral blood lymphocytes [2,3] as well as on a series of non-haematopoietic human tissues, such as neurons of the central nervous system and in respiratory epithelium .
KeywordsErythrocyte Membrane Respiratory Epithelium Blood Group Antigen Erythrocyte Membrane Protein Intact Erythrocyte
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