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This cosmic quake led the magnetar to release a blob of plasma.
It works by bathing the masks in plasma, which is an electrically charged gas.
Serological testing on frozen blood samples or plasma could also determine how far back coronavirus antibodies were in the human population.
For instance, payments for the donation of plasma currently ranges from $30 to $60.
Blood plasma is already used worldwide to treat other diseases.
In cosmic environments, shock waves occur not in air, but in plasma, a mixture of protons, electrons and ions, electrically charged atoms.
Doctors then separate the person’s plasma from the rest of their blood, and infuse the plasma into a patient currently battling the virus.
Aside from the president’s support, the company had also enlisted top pharmaceutical lobbyists to press the value of plasma therapy in Washington.
There was a trend toward less death in the group who got plasma, but that effect was not statistically meaningful, the researchers reported August 10 in the American Journal of Pathology.
Ortigoza said many hospitalized patients want to be guaranteed they will get plasma and choose to go through the Mayo Clinic’s program instead of enrolling.

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