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SST vacutainer spun down, with some serum already removed.

This picture shows the three layers of blood cells, gel separater, then serum.

This is an SST II tube, the gel is clearer and more colourless than the old SST tubes. It's meant to affect drug concentrations less than the original.


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  • (del) (cur) 03:08, 24 January 2004 . . Tristanb ( Talk | contribs) . . 177×286 (6,090 bytes) (SST vacutainer spun down, with some serum already removed. Photo released under GFDL.)

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