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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or producing fibrinolysis

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Examples

  • Addition of clopidogrel to aspirin and fibrinolytic therapy for myocardial infarction with ST-segment elevation.

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  • Mike Smith, sales and marketing manager at Specialty Enzymes, said the two common areas for systemic enzyme use are as an anti-inflammatory and fibrinolytic.

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  • C1 inhibitor maintains the natural regulation of the contact, complement, and fibrinolytic systems, that when left unrestricted, can initiate or perpetuate an attack by consuming the already low levels of endogenous C1

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  • The team discovered significant correlations between transcripts of GAS genes involved in hyaluronic capsule production and host endocytic vesicle formation, GAS GTPases and host fibrinolytic genes, and GAS response to interaction with neutrophils.

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  • Lumbrokinase is the name of a group of highly stable fibrinolytic enzymes originally derived from the earthworm Lumbricus rubellus.

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  • Serial coagulation and fibrinolytic activity markers were assessed, including prothrombin fragments 1 +2

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  • To limit both the need for transfusions and co-morbidities associated with blood loss, the use of anti-fibrinolytic agents has been proposed.

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  • These non-fibrinolytic activities of tPA in the blood serve to better understand tPA-related complications.

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  • C1 inhibitor maintains the natural regulation of the contact, complement, and fibrinolytic systems, that when left unregulated, can initiate or perpetuate an attack by consuming the already low levels of endogenous C1 inhibitor in HAE patients.

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  • This derivative of non-GMO fermented soy is a purified source of this fibrinolytic enzyme, well known in

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