While the EldonCard blood typing test kit requires pricking the side of your finger to obtain a blood sample, the pain is typically mild and resolves within a few minutes. Read more: Does the EldonCard Blood Typing Kit Hurt? Article
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The golden blood type or Rh null blood group is the rarest blood group and contains no Rh antigens (proteins) on the red blood cells (RBCs). Learn about other rare blood types.
What Are the 3 Rarest Blood Types?
The red blood cells or RBCs present in the blood carry certain molecules, called antigens, on their surface that determine what blood group you have. The antigens depend on the genes you inherit from your parents. These antigens may be grouped in various categories to form a system for blood typing called the ABO system. The EldonCard blood type test kit uses the basic forward antibody technique of blood hematology for quick and simple determination of your blood type.
Can Cancer Be Detected by a Blood Test?
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