None of the twelve uses of dragon's blood are mentioned in the books. It also seems that no much thought went into dragon's blood
“It’s s’posed ter look like that, it’s dragon meat,” Hagrid said.
He picked up the steak and slapped it over the left side of his face. Greenish blood trickled down into his beard as he gave a soft moan of satisfaction. (OotP)
Later dragon's blood is supposed to look like human blood.
"What kind of blood was that, incidentally?" asked Dumbledore
"On the walls? Dragon," shouted the wizard called Horace (HBP)
So unless wizard's blood is the same green as the dragon's, it seems to be just an exotic element without much thought behind it.
It seems that the twelve uses of dragon's blood was just one of three item in Dumbledore's chocolate frog card, and the least important of the three. His defeat of Grindelwald is what makes him famous and influential, the reference to Flamel is essential for the stone, and dragon's blood seems to be just a filler.
Professor Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the Dark Wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the twelve uses of dragon's blood and his work on alchemy with his partner, Nicolas Flamel. (PS)
In the interview where the oven cleaner is mentioned, Rowling says
the movie script writer wants me to give him that information for the film. interview
So it seems someone asked exactly this question, what are the twelve uses of dragon's blood, and she invented twelve uses, although they weren't mentioned in the movies.
We know about oven cleaner and spot remover. Both are not spectacular uses, and as it is illegal to raise dragons, dragon's blood should be too rare to use it for such mundane tasks.
what might happen to Hagrid if anyone found out he was hiding an illegal dragon in his hut. (PS)
I haven't seen the other ten usesmentioned, but the most important use of dragon's blood should be to keep dragons alive.