What is the difference between Converted and Off-clot?

Off-the-clot serum is collected from blood that is allowed to coagulate naturally after collection. It has not been exposed to any anticoagulant. Plasma derived serum is produced by defibrinating pooled human blood collected in the presence of bovine thrombin. Plasma derived serum is generally more economical and popular than the off-the-clot product. Both Off-the-clot serum and plasma derived serum are available in both pooled lots and individual transfer packs from specific donors.

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