What is a non-secretor?

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A non-secretor is an individual who does not secrete the antigen characteristics of his blood group in body fluids. These individuals are from the A, B and AB blood groups. In a non-secretor, body fluids and secretions like the mucus in the digestive tract and saliva do not contain antigens of their blood group.
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A quote: "nonsecretor. non·se·cre·tor. Pronunciation: \ˌnän-si-ˈkrē-tər\. Function: noun. Date: 1944. : an individual of blood group
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