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von Willebrand Plasma – Type 2 (2B)

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Type 2 von Willebrand Plasma is drawn from a human donor with confirmed Type 2B von Willebrand’s disease. Recommended storage for this fresh frozen plasma is -70° C.  Type 2 von Willebrand Plasma is tested and found non-reactive for HIV and HBsAg. *George King Bio-Medical, Inc opened December 20, 1973. Due to this, the majority   …Continue Reading


von Willebrand Plasma – Type 3

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Severe von Willebrand is drawn from a human donor that has markedly abnormal levels of factor VIII and vWd factor. Recommended storage for this fresh frozen plasma is -70° C. Severe von Willebrand Plasma is tested and found non-reactive for HIV and HBsAg. *George King Bio-Medical, Inc opened December 20, 1973. Due to this, the   …Continue Reading


von Willebrand Plasma – Type 1

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Mild von Willebrand is drawn from a human donor that has a mild bleeding diathesis. Recommended storage for this fresh frozen plasma is -70° C. Mild von Willebrand Plasma is tested and found non-reactive for HIV and HBsAg. *George King Bio-Medical, Inc opened December 20, 1973. Due to this, the majority of our products fall   …Continue Reading


Prekallikrein Deficient Plasma

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Prekallikrein Deficient Plasma is drawn from a human donor with a congenital deficiency. Detailed technical information is available. Recommended storage for this fresh frozen plasma is -70° C. Prekallikrein Deficient Plasma is tested and found non-reactive for HIV and HBsAg. *George King Bio-Medical, Inc opened December 20, 1973. Due to this, the majority of our   …Continue Reading


Congenital Factor XIII Deficient Plasma

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Factor XIII Deficient plasma is drawn from a human donor with a congenital deficiency. Human plasma from donor with congenital FXIII Deficiency Substrate quality <5% FXIII Activity by urea clot solubility No buffers or preservatives added When doing factor assays, it is critical to have only a single factor deficient in the substrate plasma (monospecificity). *George   …Continue Reading


Congenital Factor XII Deficient Plasma

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Factor XII Deficient plasma is drawn from a human donor with a congenital deficiency. Human plasma from donor with congenital FXII Deficiency Substrate quality <1% FXII Activity by one stage clotting assay No buffers or preservatives added When doing factor assays, it is critical to have only a single factor deficient in the substrate plasma   …Continue Reading


Congenital Factor XI Deficient Plasma

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Factor XI Deficient plasma is drawn from a human donor with a congenital deficiency. Human plasma from donor with congenital FXI Deficiency Substrate quality <1% FXI Activity by one stage clotting assay No buffers or preservatives added When doing factor assays, it is critical to have only a single factor deficient in the substrate plasma (monospecificity).   …Continue Reading


Congenital Factor X Deficient Plasma

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Factor X Deficient plasma is drawn from a human donor with a congenital deficiency. Human plasma from donor with congenital FX Deficiency Substrate quality <1% X Activity by one stage clotting assay No buffers or preservatives added When doing factor assays, it is critical to have only a single factor deficient in the substrate plasma   …Continue Reading


Congenital Factor IX Deficient Plasma

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Factor IX Deficient plasma is drawn from a human donor with a congenital deficiency. Human plasma from donor with congenital FIX Deficiency Substrate quality <1% IX Activity by one stage clotting assay No buffers or preservatives added When doing factor assays, it is critical to have only a single factor deficient in the substrate plasma   …Continue Reading


Factor VIII Deficient Plasma with Inhibitor

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Factor VIII Deficient Plasma with Inhibitor is drawn from a human donor demonstrating a specific inhibitor to factor VIII. Plasmas are available with a variety of Bethesda Unit titers. Recommended storage for this fresh frozen plasma is -70° C. Factor VIII Deficient Plasma with Inhibitor is tested and found non-reactive for HIV and HBsAg. When   …Continue Reading