Why is a person with AB blood group sometimes called a universal recipient?

Options :
  1. Because of the presence of antibodies in his blood.
  2. Because of the lack of antibodies in his blood.
  3. Because of the lack of antigen in his blood.
  4. Because of the lack of both antigens and antibodies in his blood.

Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2


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