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is commercially a available that requires 20 mL of sample to produce platelet-rich plasma; however, this would yield a smaller volume of concentrate and number of nucleated cells. We did not evaluate the 20-mL disposable, but it likely would be

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Pasteur pipette, the remaining blood was centrifuged at 300 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature, and the supernatant of platelet-rich plasma was collected. The sample in the second tube was used for preparation of leukocyte and erythrocyte solutions

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analyzer. a Preparation of washed platelets —Platelet-rich plasma was prepared from whole blood via centrifugation in polypropylene tubes at 275 × g for 5.5 minutes at 24°C. The platelet-rich plasma was acidified with 10% (vol/vol) acid

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animals. 16–19 In vitro adjustment of platelet concentration in human platelet-rich plasma samples impacted K, α angle, and particularly MA determined via TEG. 17–19 Results of a study 16 of human platelet-rich plasma suggested that the critical

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