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Platelet-poor plasma PRP Platelet-rich plasma a. SysLoc safety A.V. fistula needle set, JMS Singapore PTE Ltd, Singapore, Singapore. b. ACD-A, Baxter-Fenwal, Deerfield, Ill. c. Cell-Dyn 3700, Abbott Diagnostics, Abbott Park, Ill. d. Scil Vet

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ulcers that fail to heal with conservative management. Platelet-rich plasma is a source of several growth factors and proteins involved in tissue regeneration, including platelet-derived growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor, epithelial

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,37–40 Autologous PRP has been used as a treatment for osteoarthritis, 41,42 but it can also be coadministered with MSCs or SVF. Platelet-rich plasma contains several growth factors, including vascular endothelial growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor

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Introduction Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) continues to increase in popularity as a biologic regenerative therapy option and is applied to an ever-expanding array of conditions across numerous species. 1 , 2 PRP originated in human medicine and

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injury in horses found that intralesional injection of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) resulted in a stronger and more elastic tendon after healing compared to saline (0.9% NaCl) solution–treated controls. In a survey of board-certified specialists (American

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B iological samples, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP), are typically frozen at either –80 °C or –20 °C with continuous temperature monitoring of the freezer with alarms in a research setting. 1 , 2 However, in veterinary practice, these samples

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venipuncture and immediately transferred into a commercial specimen tube e containing acid-citrate-dextrose to achieve a 1:7 acid-citrate-dextrose–to–blood ratio. Platelet-rich plasma as well as platelet-rich plasma with 6% DMSO was prepared for subsequent

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Platelet-derived growth factor PRFG Platelet-rich fibrin gel PRP Platelet-rich plasma TGF Transforming growth factor a. STA Compact, Stago-Diagnostica, Parsippany, NJ. b. Coulter Ac•T diff analyzer, Beckman Coulter, Miami, Fla. c. Santa

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PPP Platelet-poor plasma PRP Platelet-rich plasma Footnotes a. SNAP 4Dx Plus Test, Idexx Laboratories Inc, Westbrook, Me. b. Dade PFA-100 Collagen/ADP Test Cartridge, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc, Tarrytown, NY. c. PFA-100 System

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Waffle for technical assistance. ABBREVIATIONS AUC Area under the aggregation curve EHV-1 Equine herpesvirus type 1 IBMX 3-Isobutyl-1-methylxanthine PDE Phosphodiesterase PDMP Platelet-derived microparticle PRP Platelet-rich plasma

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