cryoprecipitate

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cryoprecipitate

[¦krī·ō·prə′sip·ə‚tāt]
(biochemistry)
The precipitate of a cryoglobulin.
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Determination of di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate levels in human blood plasma and cryoprecipitates.
11) Subsequently, Agnello (12) demonstrated both HCV Ab and HCV RNA are highly concentrated in type II cryoprecipitates, as opposed to type I cryoprecipitates in patients used as controls.
The product is also targeted to replace the current cryoprecipitates (home brew) used in more than one million surgical procedures a year.
Although monoclonal immunoglobulin cryoprecipitates (type I) usually appear within 24 h, mixed cryoglobulins may appear only after several days (1, 9).
Here, autologous and single-donor cryoprecipitates are made in blood laboratories and referred to as "home brews.
In the present study, this lower extraction efficiency might be attributable to cryoprecipitates in the plasma.