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Acid-citrate-dextrose or acid-citrate-dextrose solution, also known as anticoagulant-citrate-dextrose or anticoagulant-citrate-dextrose solution is any solution of citric acid, sodium citrate, and dextrose in water. It is mainly used as an anticoagulant to preserve blood specimens required for tissue typing. It is also used during procedures such as plasmapheresis instead of heparin.   Wikipedia

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