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Everyoneís heard of the A, B, AB and O blood types. When you get a blood transfusion, doctors have to make sure a donorís blood type is compatible with the recipientís blood, otherwise the recipient can die. The ABO blood group, as the blood types are collectively known, are ancient. Humans and all other apes share this trait, inheriting these blood types from a common ancestor at least 20 million years ago and maybe even earlier, claims a new study published online today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. But why humans and apes have these blood types is still a scientific mystery.
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