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Biological role of the clot-stabilizing enzymes: transglutaminase and factor XIII.
in [New York, New York Academy of Sciences] 1972
Written in English
Papers presented at a conference held by the New York Academy of Sciences, Nov. 18-19, 1971. Includes bibliography.
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v. 202|
|Contributions||Laki, Koloman, 1909- ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||348 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||348|
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Biological role of the clot-stabilizing enzymes: transglutaminase and factor XIII. [New York, New York Academy of Sciences] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Koloman Laki; New York Academy of Sciences.
Factor XIII (FXIII) is a zymogen that is converted into an active transglutaminase (FXIIIa) by the concerted action of thrombin and Ca2+. Its main task is to. Factor XIII is also activated by thrombin, and the role of factor XIIIa, a transglutaminase, is to cross-link fibrin strands to provide additional clot strength and stability.
The extrinsic pathway requires tissue factor (TF) in complex with factor VIIa to form the extrinsic tenase complex. Transglutaminase 2 — biological aspects.
A catalytic triad of amino acids (Cys, His, Asp) has been suggested as constituting a major part of the active site of er, Trp seems ubiquitous enzyme, believed to be involved in the pathogenesis of CD, has been detected intracellularly, on the cell surface, and in the extracellular matrix, Cited by: Request PDF | Biomaterials and Advanced Technologies for Hemostatic Management of Bleeding | Bleeding complications arising from trauma, surgery.
W, Palumbo JS. Factor XIII Transglutami-nase Supports the Resolution of Mucosal Damage in Experimental Colitis. PLoS One. ;10(6):e PUBLISHED J PLOS ONE T he thrombin-activated transglutaminase factor XIII (FXIII) plays an important supportive role in the repair of colitis-induced mucosal damage in mice, according to.
he thrombin-activated transglutaminase factor XIII (FXIII) plays an important supportive role in the repair of colitis-induced mucosal damage in mice, according to research led by Joseph Palumbo.
Laki K () The biological role of the clot-stabilizing enzymes: Transglutaminase and factor XIII. Ann N Y Acad Sci – Google Scholar McDonagh J Author: B. Pötzsch. Thrombin plays a key role in XR X-linked recessive virtually every step of the hemostatic process.
to fibrin (FIa) simplicity, are necessary cofactors in several steps of and factor XIII to the clot-stabilizing FXIIIa. The end this process. In the cell-based model of coagulation, result of this factor XIII deficiency). Biological Role of the Clot-Stabilizing Enzymes: Transglutaminase.
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