If O blood group contains anti-a and anti-b antibodies then why it is regarded as universal donor?

by Megh
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If transferred to recipients having A or B blood group then it will cause agglutination reaction.

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blood aglutination
by: Anonymous

No when donor is O and the recipient is A or B than aglutonation will not occur. As the antigens of the donor are necessarily required to stimulate antibodies of the recipients... in this case as the donor is a person having blood group ) has no antigen ts that's why no coogulation will occur.

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