HUMAN DONOR PRODUCTS
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Raw Material Blood Components
  • Material can be provided as an individual donor unit or pool

  • Each donor unit is tested and found either negative or non-reactive for FDA mandated viral markers using an FDA approved method

  • All materials are obtained from U.S. facilities that are FDA regulated

  • Not for use in humans or for clinical diagnosis

  • These products are intended for further manufacturing and/or research applications only

Description Catalog #
Source Plasma SD1000
Fresh Frozen Plasma SD1010
Recovered Plasma SD1020
Whole Blood SD1030
Red Cells SD1040
Platelets SD1050
Off the Clot Serum SD1060

PRODUCT INFORMATION
Plasma The fluid portion of the whole blood. It is composed of 90% water, 7-8% soluble proteins, 1% inorganic salts and approximately 2% organic molecules. Plasma is collected using an
anti-coagulant (agents which prevent clotting); ACD, CPD, CPDA-1 and sodium citrate are common anti-coagulants. GWB can provide all of the plasma types listed with these anti-coagulants (Heparin and EDTA are available).
TYPES OF BOOD COMPONENTS
Source Plasma Individual donor units are removed from the person (usually by plasmapheresis, which returns the formed elements of the blood such as the red blood cells to the donor) and frozen after filling into appropriate containers. If plasmapheresis is not used, the red blood cells must be removed immediately. The plasma is stored at -20°C.
Fresh Frozen Frozen within six hours after phlebotomy (removal from the donor) at <-18°C.
Liquid Plasma

Red blood cells must be removed from the plasma within twenty-six days of phlebotomy and stored at 2-8°C within four hours from collection.

Recovered Plasma Liquid plasma that has become outdated for intravenous use.
Whole Blood Consists of plasma and formed elements such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
Off the Clot Serum

Whole blood is collected without an anti-coagulant. Blood is immediately centrifuged and the serum is separated from the red blood cells. The serum is allowed to clot at room temperature and then is centrifuged to remove the clot. Serum is stored at -20°C.


Custom Plasma Products
Available Information on Custom Single Donor Units
  • Age
  • Blood Type
  • Ethnic Group
  • Fasting
  • Sex
Anti-Coagulants
  • ACD
  • CPD
  • CPDA-1
  • EDTA
  • Heparin
  • Sodium Citrate
Donor units can be custom processed to meet customer requirements

Please contact us to discuss your specific requirements or to request a sample.