artificial blood


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Noun1.artificial blood - a liquid that can carry large amounts of oxygen and can serve as a temporary substitute for bloodartificial blood - a liquid that can carry large amounts of oxygen and can serve as a temporary substitute for blood
liquid - fluid matter having no fixed shape but a fixed volume
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Tenders are invited for Supply of Artificial blood vessels
With a microprocessor brain, a synthetic heart, and artificial blood and anyone with money could buy a Servant with no mind of its own, trained to obey any command.
Scientists have thus been forced to look for alternatives for donated blood, which are called artificial blood substitutes, artificial haemoglobin or haemoglobin based oxygen carriers (HBOC).
Scientists at Cardiff University have built an artificial blood vessel system as part of work to test the <Beffectiveness of a new blood cancer drug
There were also artificial blood samples and pens from three suspects as well as notes from Special Agent Jane Enigma.
ISLAMABAD -- Successful attempt to generating red blood cells at the laboratory has raised hopes of the production of artificial blood.
If successful, the trial could pave the way to the wide-scale use of artificial blood derived from stem cells.
Washington, Dec 05 ( ANI ): A research team has found a way to stabilize hemoglobin, the oxygen carrier protein in the blood, a discovery that could lead to the development of stable vaccines and affordable artificial blood substitutes.
But if the worst comes to the worst, he says, awe should put some records of screams and artificial blood a[bar] how else are we going to present the vampires?
Golaski, who developed the first practical artificial blood vessel that revolutionized vascular replacement surgery in Philadelphia; and the Cresson Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Cresson Township, Cambria County, a state-run facility for tuberculosis patients that represents Pennsylvania's leadership in the prevention and treatment of TB in the U.
Initially it was assumed the native heart is pulsatile in nature, a pulsed blood flow was the requirement for artificial blood pumping systems [4,42].
The research, funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), could also help improve understanding of a number of human diseases where protein aggregation is a problem, such as Alzheimer's and diabetes, and could inform the development of artificial blood substitutes.