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Fibrinogen Free of Plasminogen as Substrate for Fibrinolytic Assays

Nature volume 193, page 693 (17 February 1962) | Download Citation

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THE most physiological substrate for fibrinolytic assays is non-heated fibrin. However, the clot formed from ordinary fraction-I, or even from highly purified fibrinogen, is generally heavily contaminated by plasminogen; this interferes with the protease content of the test solution.

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  1. Centre National de Transfusion Sanguine, 6 rue Alexandre-Cabanel, Paris, XVe.

    • A. VIGNAL
    • , CH. BLATRIX
    •  & M. STEINBUCH

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