plasma gel

plasma gel

an area of cytoplasm with a GEL structure.
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BD Barricor is optimally spun at 4,000g for three minutes in a swinging bucket centrifuge and reduces cellular contamination by 50 to 65 percent compared to plasma gel tubes.
Platelet-rich plasma gel promotes regeneration of articular cartilage in knees of sheeps.
EDTA gel vacutainer plasma gel separator tubes (BD, with Pearlescent White Hemogard Closure) were used without proteinase inhibitors, and blood samples remained at ambient temperature for 30 min, 8 h, 24 h, and 48 h before centrifugation (1500g for 15 min at 22[degrees]C) for plasma isolation.
The defect was then surgically covered with regenerative tissue matrix and sprayed with a platelet-rich plasma gel produced from the patient's own blood to deliver high concentrations of growth factors that not only stimulate growth but also attract stem cells to stimulate healing and regeneration.
At Regenestem Manila, Yalung said they use plasma gel made from the yellow portion of the patient's blood.
Platelet rich plasma gel (PRP gel) is an autologous modification of fibrin glue obtained from autologous blood used to deliver growth factors in high concentrations.
Beriou, "A prospective, randomized, controlled trial of autologous platelet-rich plasma gel for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers," Ostomy Wound Management, vol.
Zhang, "Efficacy of leukocyte- and platelet-rich plasma gel (L-PRP gel) in treating osteomyelitis in a rabbit model," Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol.
One method of controlling bleeding without suspending the anticoagulant is the use of platelet-rich plasma gel placed in post-extraction tooth sockets.
In fact, the topical use of platelet-rich plasma gel has been advocated for numerous clinical indications [11-13].
Commercially available in 2010 with supporting data on its use on various popular instrument platforms, more recent studies have shown that RSTs can replace plasma gel tubes [10].