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Synonyms for 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

a green slightly translucent variety of chalcedony used as a gemstone

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(physical chemistry) a fourth state of matter distinct from solid or liquid or gas and present in stars and fusion reactors

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The company claims that PLAS+SD is the only virally inactivated plasma substitute available in the US.
These interference patterns were confirmed by electrophoresis of the pure plasma substitute (not shown).
Blood plasma substitute Professor Maurice Stacey from the University of Birmingham was part of the team led by Sir Norman Haworth that produced the first synthetic vitamin (vitamin C) in 1932.
Maelor produces a range of healthcare products, including blood plasma substitute Volplex and catheter maintenance solutions, sold under the OptiFlo and ContiSol brand names.
The company has also launch its blood plasma substitute Volplex and its own catheter maintenance ContiSol brand.
Interestingly, all of these patients were administered a plasma substitute commonly used in Spain: [Hemoce.
The Wrexham company yesterday said that it had chosen Zodiac Productos Farmaceuticos as its distribution partner for its Volplex blood plasma substitute in Brazil.
Products already launched by Maelor include its blood plasma substitute Volplex which over the past two years has won several major contracts in the pounds 9m UK market.
The Wrexham company, whose products include blood plasma substitute Volplex, saw its turnover in the financial year to March 31, 2004, increase 15% from pounds 1.
SPECIALIST health care products company Maelor has signed a major contract for the distribution of its blood plasma substitute in China.
Wrexham-based healthcare products company Maelor has broken into the lucrative Chinese market for its blood- plasma substitute product Volplex.
SPECIALISThealthcare products firm Maelor has signed a major contract for the distribution of its blood plasma substitute in China.
SPECIALIST health care products company Maelor says its blood plasma substitute Volplex -which has made a big impact in the UK market -has received pharmaceutical approval in Argentina.
The group also saw its blood plasma substitute Volplex go on sale through its partner Tyne and Wear-based Cambridge Laboratories.
Mr Appelbee announced that the company's blood plasma substitute product, Volplex, has been approved in South Africa and added that two new distribution agreements had also been approved for the product.
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