Quality products, reasonable prices.
Source Plasma, as defined by the Food and Drug Administration, is produced with 4% sodium citrate frozen at -25ºC or colder and maintained at -20ºC or colder until released to the customer.
Single-unit Donor Source Plasma – Meets same standards of source plasma but is from a donor who has donated only a single unit.
Source Plasma Salvage – Meets all the requirements of source plasma but was exposed to temperatures outside the stated FDA limits, though remained frozen at all times.
Source Plasma Qualified – Meets all requirements for source plasma, however it lacks the optional ALT testing required by our major customer.
Source Plasma Reactive – Does not meet the standards for source plasma because it is reactive for one of our viral markers or other disease-state tests. The product is for diagnostic use only and may require special handling in shipping and use.
Samples for Research Use – An additional back-up sample created for each unit that is stored at the center until shipment. These can be sold for screening of potential donors or other research as you desire.
We can provide processing for your special donors who meet our requirements for screening.
We begin by understanding your needs and ensuring that you understand the nature of each of our products. We will also make sure you are familiar with the regulatory requirements of the product and the options for shipment.
We then check inventory availability and negotiate a price with you.
Our operations department will contact you for shipment requirements and other special handling.
Procedures are written if needed and submitted for review if necessary. The product then goes to production.
We provide competitive market pricing with consideration of special needs of the customer and quantity of the order.
Except for existing samples, orders must be at least one full unit. All prices are FOB.
Please contact us for details.