blood coagulation

  1. a process in which liquid blood is changed into a semisolid mass (a blood clot)
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  • Diabetic nephropathy is one of the common complications of diabetes. The review has summarized the vascular endotheliocyte trauma and blood coagulation fibrinolysis.
  • But Professor Brenner said research into blood coagulation had made significant strides over the past two decades.
  • Supplying a blood coagulation factor through transfusion is the main treatment for the disease.
  • On one side, protein gelation is involved in many biological processes such as blood coagulation or wound healing.
  • The fist chapter is a brief review about the progress of coagulation factor IX/X binding proteins and blood coagulation system.
  • This study was to evaluate the blood coagulation changes of commercially pure Ti surface after an electrochemical anodization treatment.
  • This literature mainly comprises the variation in genes for blood coagulation factors, inhibitors, fibrinolytic factors and platelet membrane receptors.
  • A blood coagulation process on a quartz crystal electrode with a mini drop blood was studied.
  • One of the key reactions in the mammalian blood coagulation and hemostatic process is the cleavage of the zymogen prothrombin to thrombin which in turn activates fibrinogen to fibrin, eventually resulting in clot formation.
  • This dosage of the vitamin resulted in no appreciable change in blood coagulation characteristics.
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