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Plasma

Descriptions of Plasma

Plasma: The clear, yellowish, fluid part of the blood that carries the blood cells. The proteins that form blood clots are in plasma.
Source: National Institute of Health

Plasma : fluid portion of the blood in which particulate components are suspended.
Source: CRISP

Summary Information: Plasma

Plasma: The liquid content of the blood after blood cells removed.

Condition count: 0

Organ types: Blood (59)

Related organs: blood (59), serum

Organs: list of all organs

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