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artificial blood

Artificial oxygen carrier Transfusion medicine A synthetic or semisynthetic substance used to transport O2; usually a blood loss of 20-25% is well tolerated and crystalloids–eg, dextrose, are adequate to raise the blood volume to acceptable levels
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In addition, in the course of this circulation, the artificial blood vessel did not lose sodium alginate hydrogel and the percentage of live cells was increased.
Plasticell, a UK-based developer of cell therapies that encompass haematopoietic cell replacement therapies, announced on Wednesday that it had entered into a new partnership with Kings College London in order to develop and progress preclinical trials of its artificial blood platelet product, which is manufactured from pluripotent stem cells.
Artificial blood meals containing Zika virus were prepared at [approximately equal to] 4 x [10.sup.4], 4 x [10.sup.5], or 4 x [10.sup.6] FFU/mL.
Hence, the objective of the present study was to evaluate the effectiveness of different artificial blood feeding methods and appropriate blood meal source/s for rearing of Ae.
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The artificial blood could be transfused into patients in a clinical trial setting as early as 2016.
The other, set in London, centers on a forensic scientist's discovery of a formula for artificial blood. Each tale could be a self-contained mystery, replete with shadowy characters and tough talk.
Washington, Dec 05 ( ANI ): A research team has found a way to stabilize hemoglobin, the oxygen carrier protein in the blood, a discovery that could lead to the development of stable vaccines and affordable artificial blood substitutes.
But if the worst comes to the worst, he says, awe should put some records of screams and artificial blood a[bar] how else are we going to present the vampires?a
Initially it was assumed the native heart is pulsatile in nature, a pulsed blood flow was the requirement for artificial blood pumping systems [4,42].
Artificial blood negotiates a certain 'blood politic' built around notions of consumption, addiction, and recirculation that, whilst technically liberating for vampires, also subjects them to the tyranny of market flows.