In this case not only the fat but some of the protein has separated, and the protein has begun to coagulate into a solid that cannot be liquefied again.
Keeping the wine longer, for up to three days, at about 50°C / 122°F is used to coagulate heat-unstable proteins and to speed ageing in low-quality red dessert wines.
The initial surgical use of thermal delivery systems, including radiofrequency energy, was to cut and coagulate tissues.
After blood collection, the blood samples were left to coagulate in room temperature for at least 1 hour.
It first was used to coagulate retinal hemorrhages.
In his delirium he thought it'd help coagulate the blood.
Blood's tendency to coagulate upon contact with foreign objects creates a special challenge for manufacturers of devices used in such procedures as open-heart surgery, dialysis, and catheter insertion.
Within these expanded veins, blood is allowed to stagnate and coagulate , forming clots on the vessel walls.
In addition, as an ingredient in junket, it helps coagulate cheese as well and is considered a thickening agent for many other foods.
By early October,his lack of white blood cells to coagulate the blood had caused the linings of every organ to fall away.