Platelet-rich plasma

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Platelet-rich plasma

Description

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is obtained as the upper layer at low-speed centrifugation (around 150-200 g), when white and red blood cells sediment and thus get separated from plasma containing the platelets. For further details see blood cell preparation.

Abbreviation: PRP

Communicated by Garcia-Souza Luiz F 2016-03-04; edited 2017-02-28.

MitoPedia topics: Sample preparation 

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