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Plasma makes up 55% of blood in humans, and consists of many different components including water, proteins (including hormones and enzymes), dissolved gases (e.g, oxygen), amino acids, vitamins, lipids (fats), electrolytes and metabolic waste.[1]

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  1. "18.1 An Overview of Blood – Anatomy and Physiology". Retrieved May 10, 2019.