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Synonyms for heparin

a polysaccharide produced in basophils (especially in the lung and liver) and that inhibits the activity of thrombin in coagulation of the blood

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Call for quotations for the supply of sodium heparin vacuettes for blood sampling 10ml
Briefly, the blinded duplicates pilot evaluated interassay reproducibility--overall, by anticoagulant type, and by fasting status--in duplicate samples from 30 NHS and HPFS participants and 20 replicate samples from 6 large QC pools (5 sodium heparin pools and 1 EDTA pool).
Geimsa-trypsin-Leishman-banded slides were prepared from both standard and high-resolution cultures established from the alteplase, ACR, sodium heparin, and untreated clotted samples for each of the 10 specimens.
2]) and pH measurement, samples for blood-gas analysis were anticoagulated with sodium heparin solution
1) Specifically, sodium heparin is not known to affect the determination of digoxin, nor are EDTA or citrate.
The sample should be collected in sodium heparin or liquid EDTA only.
Blood samples were collected from healthy donors into EDTA and sodium heparin tubes.
If the ED doctors are drawing into the more common sodium heparin tube, they are using the incorrect anticoagulant.
During a study examining mitogen-induced proinflammatory cytokine production, we discovered that 5-mL glass sodium heparin Vacutainer Tubes (lot no.
We lysed 1 [micro]L of human whole blood that had been drawn into tubes containing dipotassium EDTA, sodium citrate, or sodium heparin as anticoagulant for 1 min at room temperature in a 100-[micro]L final volume of 200 mmol/L NaCl, 10 mL/L Triton [chi]-100, and 2.
02mg/dl in serum or plasma samples including EDTA, lithium heparin, and sodium heparin.