The fractionation of human blood plasma can be considered to be a mature industry, with the basic technology, alcohol fractionation, dating back at least to the 1940s. Many of the products described in the current work have been approved biologics since the 1950s. The information gathered from the development of plasma proteins has proved vital to

chapter 4|100 pages

- Albumin

chapter 5|50 pages

- Plasma Immunoglobulins

chapter 6|52 pages

- Factor VIII and von Willebrand Factor

chapter 7|82 pages

- Plasma Proteinase Inhibitors

chapter 8|34 pages

- Vitamin K–Dependent Proteins

chapter 9|40 pages

Miscellaneous Plasma Proteins