Blood serum

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Blood serum

Description

Blood serum is a purified plasma in which the coagulant components were removed from the blood plasma. It contains other substances, i.e. antibodies, antigens and hormones. Serum can be obtained by collecting the liquid phase after blood or plasma coagulation.

Abbreviation: Serum






MitoPedia topics: Sample preparation 

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