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Enzymes That Convert ‘A’ Blood Type to Universal ‘O’ Type Discovered

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This will increase the supply of blood for transfusions greatly, saving many lives.

Blood transfusions occur regularly around the world, with the most universal blood type known as the ‘O’ type.

There is always a need for blood transfusions, and luckily, researchers have found access to specific enzymes that are able to convert A and B type of red blood cells into the donor O type.

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