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Anti-Jk^a can cause severe and fatal hemolytic transfusion reactions but is more commonly associated with less severe Delayed Hemolytic Transfusion Reactions (DHTRs). It has been estimated that over one-third of DHTRs are caused by anti-Jk^a. Jk^a can be found in 77% Caucasians, 92% Blacks, and 73% Asians populations. Beck L, Blood groups and red cell antigens. NCBI Bookself [Internet Book], 2005. Source: National Library of Medicine, Jk^a

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Jk sup(a)

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Tag Language Translation
zh-CN Chinese (China) Jk^a
Synonyms: J little k super little a;J little k super little a 型;Jk^a 型
fr-CA French (Canada) J petit k exposant petit a
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Jk^a
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Jka
it-IT Italian (Italy) J k minuscola apice a
Synonyms: Jk^a
tr-TR Turkish (Turkey) J küçük k süper küçük a
ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) J малое k супер малое a
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) J kleine k super kleine a
Synonyms: Jk^a
fr-BE French (Belgium) J petit k exposant petit a