The effect of Na3-citrate on the solubility of cryoprecipitate (citrate effect on cryoprecipitate).
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Jan 01, 1981
Cryoprecipitate stored frozen could be redissolved only if it contained more than 10 mmol/l Na3-citrate. It is shown that in the insoluble residue less than 10 mmol/l Na3-citrate is fibrinogen. In saline containing 10 to 20 mmol/l Na3-citrate after thawing, the cryoprecipitate was dissolved entirely.
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