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|Description:||Though one study showed than Amoeba did not seem to adhere to the red blood cells of any particular blood type over another (1,2) a separate study showed that the percentage of Amoeba phagocytosed (scavenged) by the immune system was higher if the Amoebas were attached to type A or AB red blood cells versus type O or B. (3) Thus, though no particular blood type seemed to contract Amoeba over the others, types A and Ab seem to mount a better immune response to it. This may explain why Amoebic infection was seen to be associated with type B blood in one study.|
A study has been performed on 467 cases of differents parasitic diseases and ABO blood groups. With classical statistical methods, we did not find any correlation, but with a large number of variables, we used the factorial analysis, and we obtained maps with relationship O-hookworm and strongloidiasis. A-giardiasis, B-Entamoeba coli. (4)
|References:||1. Gabr NS, Mandour AM Relation of parasitic infection to blood group in El Minia Governorate, Egypt. J Egypt Soc Parasitol 1991 Dec;21(3):679-83 |
2. Lopez-Revilla R, et al Adhesion of Entamoeba histolytica trophozoites to human erythrocytes. Infect Immun. 1982 Jul;37(1):281-5.
3. Alonso P, et al Phagocytic activity of three Naegleria strains in the presence of erythrocytes of various types. J Protozool. 1985 Nov;32(4):661-4.
4. Bouree P, Bonnot G. Study of relationship of ABO and Rh blood group, and HLA antigens with parasitic diseases. J Egypt Soc Parasitol. 1989 Jun;19(1):67-73.
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