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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The new trial aimed to test the safety and feasibility of administering blood plasma from younger people to those living with Alzheimer's disease.
A team of researchers in the United States has discovered that regular infusions of blood plasma from young donors is likely to be a new treatment option for Alzheimer's disease, it was reported yesterday.
The global animal blood plasma products and derivatives market segmentation is based on derivatives type (fetal bovine serum, fibrinogen, immunoglobulin, serum albumin, new born calf serum, thrombin), animal type (bovine, ovine), application (cell culture media, cosmetic industry, diagnostic industry, food industry, nutrition supplements, pet food industry, pharmaceutical industry, sports nutrition, others).
He further said that it also comes in implementation of the royal directives on the need for localization of blood plasma derivatives industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the establishment of a factory on the latest international standards to enhance the national pharmacotherapy security.
However, there are some reports about the instability of these nanocarriers in blood plasma or their low sensitivity to pH changes inside the body or their low time of circulation in blood.
The blood plasma showed how much they had acquired in their tissues," Cook-Mills said.
The report goes into detail, explaining the procedure which was followed, leading to Andreou being administered with blood plasma which was contaminated with Hep B.
Human blood plasma, the liquid component of blood, is the source of many proteins such as Factor VIII, Factor IX, Immunoglobulin and Albumin.
T he Saudi Gulf Company for Basic Industries has signed two contracts with German-based Linde Engineering Company to manufacture insulin and blood plasma.
When storing blood plasma, the proper environment to rapidly freeze and store is absolutely critical to its preservation.
Human blood plasma proteins; structure and function.
In one aspect, the intranasal delivery formulations and methods provide enhanced delivery of peptide YY to the blood plasma or central nervous system tissue or fluid, for example, by yielding a peak concentration of the peptide YY in the blood plasma or central nervous system tissue or fluid of the subject that is 20% or greater compared to a peak concentration of the peptide YY in the blood plasma or central nervous system tissue or fluid of the subject following administration to the subject of a same concentration or dose of the peptide YY to the subject by subcutaneous injection.
Tokyo, Japan, July 19, 2005 - (JCNN) - Daiichi Pure Chemical announced on July 14 that it has launched a reagent kit for measuring multimeric adiponenctin in the blood plasma and serum, which the company has developed in collaboration with University of Tokyo Professor Takashi Kadowaki.
But mainstream medicine tended to scorn his advocacy, based on the prevalent belief that 200 milligrams of oral vitamin C, an amount that can be obtained by eating five servings of fresh fruits and vegetables, can saturate the blood plasma and that additional amounts are excreted in the urine.
The letters were issued on Government advice to patients who may have been exposed to v CJD through blood plasma products.