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a salt or ester of citric acid

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cause to form a salt or ester of citric acid

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Nessa logica, os principais tipos de solucoes preservativas utilizadas atualmente sao: ACD (Citrato Dextrose), CPD e CPDA-1 (Citrato Fosfato Dextrose e Adenina).
Loaded alcocytes were added to a modified CPDA-1 solution at a ratio 8: 1 (v/v).
This fluid (called CPDA-1) prevented the blood from clotting and allows the storage of whole blood for up to 35 days, he added.
This fluid (called CPDA-1) prevents the blood from clotting
This fluid (called CPDA-1) prevents the blood from clotting and allows the storage of whole blood for up to 35 days.
Sample Preparation: Blood was collected in a blood bag containing CPDA-1 (citrate phosphate dextrose adenine - one) as anticoagulant.
Blood (450ml) was drawn from twenty healthy volunteer donors into Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Adenine (CPDA-1) anticoagulant and placed on the quarantine shelf of the blood bank refrigerator.
In brief, the whole blood (350 ml) was collected in double blood bags (JMS Singapore, Ltd.) including Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Adenine (CPDA-1) solution as anticoagulant.
All transfusions were nonleukodepleted packed red blood cells (RBCs) stored in citrate-phosphate dextrose adenine-1 (CPDA-1).
[4] stored total blood from sheep in blood bags containing a conserving solution of citrate, phosphate, dextrose, and adenine (CPDA-1) for 35 days and found that there were progressive increases in the concentrations of plasma hemoglobin, potassium, and lactate, and decreases in blood pH and in the concentrations of sodium, bicarbonate, and glucose.
They also reported that fetal erythrocytes were preserved better in citrate-phos-pohate-adenine-1 solution (CPDA-1) than in CPD (31) The hemolysis rate, however, was higher in the studies by Brune et al.
To evaluate the hemolytic effect of an 18-[micro]m filter in chickens, 9 mL of blood was collected from each of 30 chickens (Gallus gallus) into a syringe containing 1 mL of citrate phosphate dextrose adenine (CPDA-1) to obtain a 1 : 9 dilution of CPDA-1 to blood.
In most of these situations neonates usually require repeated small volume transfusions (10-15 ml/kg body weight) (1) with RBCs suspended either in citrate phosphate dextrose adenine-1 (CPDA-1) solution at a haematocrit of approximately 70 per cent or in extended storage media (additive solution) at a haematocrit of approximately 60 per cent.
In blood-processing centers the system can be used as a multiparameter hematology analyzer and for QC release testing of the following post-processed components: red blood cell components for RBC, HGB, and HCT parameters using CPD, CP2D, ACD-A, and CPDA-1 as anticoagulants; and platelet components for PLT and MPV parameters using CPD and ACD-A as anticoagulants.