Spinning blood

Spinning Blood

Professor James and Jess, our ground-researcher spinning down Igor and Denver blood samples. This is a process where the bloods tubes are placed into a machine called a centrifuge. The centrifuge spins the blood for about six minutes, separating the red and white blood cells and the platelet-rich plasma. These samples will be analyzed and compared between bloods taken before and after the stable isotopes have been inserted into their horns.

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