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Improved methods of storage of red cells in glycerol at — 20°C. will do much to facilitate studies with cells of rare genotypes (247). This survey of the human blood groups has been given to orient the reader as to the complexity of the source materials from which blood group substances may be obtained. As a working hypothesis, it is expedient for the chemist interested in the isolation and characterization of the blood group substances to assume that each of the above described blood groups has its own characteristic antigen which could in theory be isolated from GENETIC BASIS OF BLOOD GROUPING 33 erythrocytes or tissues containing it and could then be purified.
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