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Fibrinogen Detroit—a Molecular Defect in the N-terminal Disulphide Knot of Human Fibrinogen?

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Fibrinogen from a patient with a blood coagulation disorder has an amino-acid substitution (arginine to serine) in the vicinity of the bond split by thrombin during normal blood coagulation.

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BLOMBÄCK, M., BLOMBÄCK, B., MAMMEN, E. et al. Fibrinogen Detroit—a Molecular Defect in the N-terminal Disulphide Knot of Human Fibrinogen?. Nature 218, 134–137 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1038/218134a0

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