Reducing Damage when Storing and Thawing Blood Plasma
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  June 26, 2018  
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#ALT# Reducing Damage when Storing and Thawing Blood Plasma

The ability to freeze blood and its constituents is very important to preserve them for a long time. However, freezing and thawing blood can cause damage to its components, resulting in reduced integrity and unreliable biochemical measurements.

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    KeysightHaemoglobin Testing Methods
 
Technological advancements in haemoglobin testing have resulted in ground-breaking techniques and devices that help in the measurement of haemoglobin concentration in patients.
 
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 Research identifies link between rare gene variants and survival after blood and marrow transplant
 
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 Management of Myeloma
 
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 The Importance of Spotting Leukemia
 
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 Protein inhibitor drug found to be safe and effective in treating patients with acute myeloid leukemia
 
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 Researchers complete genomic map of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
 
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