Ognean, L.; Cernea, C.; Miclăuș, V.; Joantă, A.; Moldovan, M.
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Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Physiology, University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine, no. 3-5 Manastur St., 400037, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
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Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis Arad, Seria Stiintele Vietii
Blood typing of 139 dogs from north-west of Romania in SHIGETA antigenic system, as a basis for determining the frequency, distribution by race and also blood compatibility; respectively of the potential donors by extrapolating the data in DEA antigenic system. The high intensity reaction of the tube agglutination with monoclonal antibodies, showed a good detection of erythrocyte antigens, being the predominant groups with antigen B non-associated with antigen A: 1.1B (45.3%), 1(-)B (23, 7%) and 1.2B (20.8%). With a lower frequency were reported groups with the association of the 2 antigens: 1.1AB (8.6%), 1.2AB (0.7%) and 1-1A (0.7%). In most breeds predominated the group 1.1B associated in equal proportion with group 1.2B in category "other races". In German Shepherd (52%) and English Bulldog (46%) breeds the group 1 (-) B was the most common. The majority German Shepherd dogs were 1 (-) B positive and DEA 1 negative so they represented the major source of potential donors.
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dogs, German Shepherd
antigens, blood analysis, blood groups, blood transfusion, erythrocytes, haematology
Alsatian, antigenicity, blood red cells, hematology, immunogens, red blood cells
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dogs, Canis, Canidae, Fissipeda, carnivores, mammals, vertebrates, Chordata, animals, eukaryotes