blood serum definition

  • noun:
    • See serum.
    • The obvious fluid acquired from entire blood by eliminating blood cells, platelets and fibrinogen; it really is blood plasma with no fibrinogen.
    • the pale yellow fluid which exudes through the clot created into the coagulation of bloodstream; the liquid portion of the blood, after elimination of the bloodstream corpuscles plus the fibrin.
    • an amber, watery fluid, high in proteins, that distinguishes down whenever bloodstream coagulates
    • See serum.
    • The clear substance acquired from entire bloodstream by removing bloodstream cells, platelets and fibrinogen; it is bloodstream plasma with no fibrinogen.
    • the pale yellow fluid which exudes from clot created in coagulation of the bloodstream; the fluid percentage of the blood, after removal of the blood corpuscles plus the fibrin.
    • an amber, watery substance, full of proteins, that distinguishes out whenever bloodstream coagulates

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