Tag: ABO

Three Genes for Blood Clots

Numerous factors increase a person’s risk for developing blood clots in deep veins, a condition known medically as venous thromboembolism (VTE). VTE starts with the formation of a blood clot deep in the body, usually in the legs, and occasionally escalates into a more serious condition called “pulmonary ...

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23andMe Labs

In 2009, we added six tools to 23andMe Labs, our technology sandbox where we showcase experimental features. In case you haven't played around with them yet, here's a brief review: Health Labs Reynolds Risk Score This tool calculates a 10-year risk for heart-attack using information including cholesterol ...

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More on ABO Blood Type: The Key to Compatibility

Editor's note: This post has been edited to reflect the current product. When it comes to blood transfusions, what's good for one person might be deadly for another. This might seem obvious today, but until 1900 the idea of "blood types" wasn’t understood. A person in need of a transfusion could find ...

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