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Platelets are small components in your blood that form a scab, and heal the skin on a cut. They do this by clustering together at the site of a wound and then bursting open and releasing cytoskeleton proteins, which form a sticky web that stops blood flow.

See Also


Red blood cell

White Blood Cells