Plasma

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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". opentextbc.ca. Retrieved May 10, 2019. 

plasma - The liquid part of blood, lymph, or milk after removing any suspended material. Most of the time, "plasma" simply refers to blood, after all the blood cells have been removed. If you also remove the clotting factors, then the plasma is referred to as "serum".

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