Blood defibrination - in vitro release of blood from fibrin protein . The latter falls in the form of fibers from the blood when it is shaken. Defibrinated blood does not coagulate , red blood cells remain in serum in suspension.
Blood taken from an animal is poured into a defibrator ( flask with glass balls) and shaken for 10-15 minutes. The resulting mixture is filtered through sterile gauze, folded in 3-4 layers. Defibrinated blood is used in the production of CSCs , used for blood transfusion, obtaining therapeutic serums, hematogen and for other purposes.
- Fibrinolyzed blood