Journal of Medical Case Reports and Reviews

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Hira Raheem Akbar
Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan
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  • Submited: January 12, 2019
  • Published: January 12, 2019


Basic and foremost purpose of my research was to study the relationship between blood group and skin texture of human beings. My objective is “How blood grouping co-relates with skin type?” For the estimation of blood group, I used blood lancets to take blood samples from a finger and I applied three drops of blood on the glass slide. I poured one drop of Anti-A, Anti-B and monoclonal D on the blood drops present on glass slide, respectively. Clumping in one of the spots decides the blood group of individual. Mine blood group is B-positive. The blood group of 170 subjects was determined by this method. Then, I surveyed about subject’s skin texture. I found that half of Males with blood group B+ have oily skin texture and half of them have dry skin texture. Females with blood group B+ are having oily skin texture. Maximum females with A- blood group have oily skin and maximum males with A- blood group have normal skin.

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Akbar, H. R. (2019). WHAT IS THE ROLE OF BLOOD GROUP IN SKIN TEXTURE?. Jmcrr, 2(1). Retrieved from
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