blood plasma


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Synonyms for blood plasma

the colorless watery fluid of the blood and lymph that contains no cells, but in which the blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes) are suspended

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Aventis Behring is dedicated to the research and development of proteins from human blood plasma and emerging technologies.
New indications are being explored whereby various blood plasma products are being put to new uses for treatment of old and new diseases.
Self-sufficiency in blood plasma production turns Iran into one of the world's pioneering countries in area of blood products.
RIYADH: The first-ever blood plasma plant, which is to be set up in the Kingdom, will fulfill 30 percent of the Kingdom's requirements for blood products, a senior health official said here on Sunday.
In a press statement following the signing of a memorandum of understanding with a specialized company to establish a national factory of blood plasma derivatives in partnership with the Public Investment Fund, Dr.
com adds Global Blood Plasma Market Report: 2015 Edition research report of 59 pages on the blood plasma industry to the healthcare intelligence collection of its research store.
Among the objectives of the research, mention can be made of increasing the selectivity of the nanocarrier, decreasing the side effects of the drug and increasing its stability in blood plasma.
com)-- Increasing incidence of bleeding disorders across the globe has kept the global blood plasma market afloat and is likely to keep the momentum going on in near future as well.
Cook-Mills examined the CARDIA results for individuals' lung function tests at four intervals from baseline to 20 years and the type of tocopherol levels in their blood plasma at three intervals from baseline to 15 years.
Andreou died from Hep B at the age of 58 on April 7, almost three months after an operation in Paphos hospital during which he received blood and blood plasma from seven different donors.
Contributors mostly from drug companies but also some university and government laboratories explore the biotechnology of proteins in human blood plasma.
Research and Markets announces the addition of " Global Blood Plasma Market Report: 2013 Edition" to its catalogue.
GE Healthcare has formed a strategic alliance with Neste Jacobs Oy, a global expert in plasma fractionation plant engineering design and construction, to help countries become self-sufficient in the manufacture of blood plasma products.
T he Saudi Gulf Company for Basic Industries has signed two contracts with German-based Linde Engineering Company to manufacture insulin and blood plasma.