Unsubstituted hydrolyzed waxy maize as a potential agent for centrifugal leukacytapheresis.

@article{Studebaker1984UnsubstitutedHW,
  title={Unsubstituted hydrolyzed waxy maize as a potential agent for centrifugal leukacytapheresis.},
  author={Joel F. Studebaker and J A DeBroy},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={1984},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={305-9}
}
In order to determine whether newer, possibly safer erythrocyte sedimenting agents could be used during centrifugal leukacytapheresis, we tested seven varieties of plant starch. Only waxy maize prepared by partial acid hydrolysis appeared suitable, and it was tested extensively on an analytical device developed especially for testing erythrocyte… CONTINUE READING