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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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As the blood starts to coagulate, blood cells and platelets come together within a fibrin network to form a clot.
Liquid streaks down the supports, coagulates in pools, and is contained within floating circles of turquoise, purple, and putty.
That's because blood coagulates (clots) naturally, so to avoid getting blood stuck in their mouthparts, they inject a saliva that is an anticoagulant.
The blade simultaneously cuts and coagulates tissue by breaking hydrogen bonds, denaturing protein, and creating a sticky coagulum, thus coapting the small blood vessels.
The process coagulates the body's proteins, raising major pollution concerns among eco-burial advocates.
DSPA, as it is known, destroys fibrin, which is produced as blood coagulates.
In its simplest form, mascarpone is made by heating the cream, adding acid such as lemon juice or vinegar which coagulates the cream, and then straining the whole thing through cheesecloth, resulting in a concentrated, thick, creamy delight.
The white coagulates at a slightly lower temperature than the yolk.