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Is blood plasma fractionation vegan?

Blood plasma fractionation is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blood plasma fractionation?

Blood plasma fractionation is a process used to separate and purify the different components of blood plasma, which is the liquid portion of blood that remains after the blood cells are removed. Through this process, plasma is separated into various fractions, each containing different proteins and other molecules that have important medical applications. These fractions include immunoglobulins, albumin, and clotting factors, which are used to treat a variety of medical conditions such as immune deficiencies, blood disorders, and liver diseases. Blood plasma fractionation is a complex and highly regulated process that requires specialized equipment and expertise.

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