Radin blood group antigen

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Radin blood group antigen

Radin is a rare red cell antigen discovered by {5:Rausen et al. (1967)} in 5 families with varying ethnic backgrounds. It has been shown to cause mild to moderate hemolytic disease of the newborn in some cases. The Radin antigen is determined by a polymorphism in the ERMAP gene ({609017.0003}) and thus is a member of the blood group Scianna ({6:Wagner et al., 2003}). Radin has alternatively been labeled Sc4 to reflect this relationship. {1:Harvey et al. (1983)} estimated the frequency of the Radin antigen among Europeans to be 0.04% to 0.66% with the highest frequencies occurring among Swedes and Danes.
 

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