normal human plasma


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nor·mal hu·man plas·ma

sterile plasma obtained by pooling approximately equal amounts of the liquid portion of citrated (that is, anticoagulated) whole blood from eight or more adult humans who have been certified as free from any disease that is tranmissible by transfusion, and treating it with ultraviolet irradiation to destroy possible bacterial and viral contaminants.
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nor·mal hu·man plas·ma

(nōr'măl hyū'măn plaz'mă)
Sterile plasma obtained by pooling approximately equal amounts of the liquid portion of citrated whole blood from eight or more adult humans who have been certified as free from any disease that is transmissible by transfusion, and treating it with ultraviolet irradiation to destroy possible bacterial and viral contaminants.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

nor·mal hu·man plas·ma

(nōr'măl hyū'măn plaz'mă)
Sterile plasma obtained by pooling approximately equal amounts of the liquid portion of citrated whole blood from eight or more adult humans who have been certified as free from any disease that is transmissible by transfusion, and treating it with ultraviolet irradiation to destroy possible bacterial and viral contaminants.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Unsaturated and cobalamin saturated transcobalamin I and II in normal human plasma. Scand J Clin Lab Invest 1977;37: 723-8.
(26) EDTA, luciferase, plasma frozen for later analysis Current study See Materials and Methods (a) A compilation of studies reporting normal human plasma ATP concentrations.
Calibrator samples (1-100 [micro]g/L rhLOX-1-ECD in commercially available normal human plasma; George King Biomedical) or unknown samples of human serum/plasma (10 [micro]L) were added to 100 [micro]L of assay buffer in duplicate microplate wells containing immobilized antibody.
Globotriaosylceramide isoform distribution in Fabry patient and normal human plasma by liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry.
Reconstituted Sep-Pak [C.sub.18] extracts of normal human plasma, pooled CRF plasma, and several individual samples from NICTH patients gave dose-response curves that paralleled those of E(68-88), pro-IGF-II (Fig.

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