DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17305/bjbms.2013.2403 | Full Text: [PDF]

Molecular – genetic variance of RH blood group system within human population of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Lejla Lasić, Naida Lojo-Kadrić, Elma Silajdžić, Lejla Pojskić, Rifat Hadžiselimović, Naris Pojskić

Abstract


There are two major theories for inheritance of Rh blood group system: Fisher - Race theory and Wiener theory. Aim of this study was identifying frequency of RHDCE alleles in Bosnian - Herzegovinian population and introduction of this method in screening for Rh phenotype in B&H since this type of analysis was not used for blood typing in B&H before. Rh blood group was typed by Polymerase Chain Reaction, using the protocols and primers previously established by other authors, then carrying out electrophoresis in 2-3% agarose gel. Percentage of Rh positive individuals in our sample is 84.48%, while the percentage of Rh negative individuals is 15.52%. Inter-rater agreement statistic showed perfect agreement (K=1) between the results of Rh blood system detection based on serological and molecular-genetics methods. In conclusion, molecular - genetic methods are suitable for prenatal genotyping and specific cases while standard serological method is suitable for high-throughput of samples.

Keywords


RHD gene; RHCE gene; frequency; Rh blood group system; allele specific PCR method

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