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Blood plasma

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Blood plasma


Blood plasma is the non-cellular component of the blood. Plasma lacks cellular components of the blood, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. However, there are many proteins in plasma, i.e. fibrinogen, albumin and globulin. Both blood plasma and platelet-rich plasma maintain clotting activity after whole blood separation.

Abbreviation: Plasma

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