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Descriptions of Serum

Serum: The clear liquid part of the blood that remains after blood cells and clotting proteins have been removed.
Source: National Institute of Health

Serum : clear liquid that separates from blood on clotting; blood plasma from which fibrinogen has been removed in the process of clotting.
Source: CRISP

Summary Information: Serum

Serum: The name for blood plasma after the clotting protein fibrinogen is removed.

Condition count: 0

Related organs: plasma, fibrinogen

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