plasma hydrolysate

plas·ma hy·drol·y·sate

an artificial digest of protein derived from bovine blood plasma prepared by a method of hydrolysis sufficient to provide more than half of the total nitrogen present in the form of α-amino nitrogen; used when high protein intake is indicated and cannot be accomplished through ordinary foods.
See also: protein hydrolysate.
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Mauri, Addition of bovine plasma hydrolysates improves the antioxidant properties of soybean and sunflower protein-based films, Food Hydrocolloids: 25, 1433-1440 (2011).
1 product ions of the CML and CEL peaks in plasma hydrolysates was identical to the ratio observed for the peaks of the calibrators.
The CML and CEL concentrations we measured in plasma hydrolysates from healthy controls are in reasonable agreement with data obtained by another LCMS/MS technique that was reported recently (21).