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Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
Diseased Peripheral Blood Plasma

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Catalog # : AML-PB011F

AML-PB-Plasma is obtained by centrifugation of AML peripheral blood. AML-PB-plasma has a diminished number of cells and platelets. AML plasma is available in the newly diagnosed and relapsed/refractory stages.
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Item #FormatDisease StageProduct nameSizePriceQuantity 
AML-PB011F FrozenTreatment Naive Plasma 5 mL
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AML-PB-Plasma is obtained by centrifugation of AML peripheral blood. AML-PB-plasma has a diminished number of cells and platelets. AML plasma is available in the newly diagnosed and relapsed/refractory stages.

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Donor Criteria

Age+18 years old
Weight>= 110 lbs
Screened before donation
  • HIV (HIV 1 & 2 Ab)
  • HBV (Surface Antigen HbsAg)
  • HCV (HCVAb)
Donation FrequencyMinimum 10 weeks between donations
Donors with any of the following will be excluded from donating
  • Pregnancy
  • Active or serious acute or chronic infection requiring continued management
  • Serious pulmonary or cardiovascular disease or condition
Other Criteria
  • Other health conditions at discretion of donor's physician
  • Complete Blood Count lab test must meet protocol specs
  • Required to sign procedure-specific consent form

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Potential Small Guide RNAs for tRNase ZL from Human Plasma, Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells, and Cultured Cell Lines

Sho Ninomiya , Mitsuoki Kawano, Takashi Abe , Tatsuya Ishikawa , Masayuki Takahashi , Masato Tamura , Yoshiaki Takahashi , Masayuki Nashimoto
Source: PLoS ONE Published March 2, 2015

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