blood clotting factor

blood clotting factor

Coagulation factor, see there.
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An experimental gene therapy technique boosted the production of a vital blood clotting factor in six people with hemophilia B, according to new research supported by the National Institutes of Health.
People suffering from haemophilia have little or no blood clotting factor.
Washington, Feb 04 (ANI): Scientists have found how stressed cells boost the production of the key blood clotting factor, thrombin.
By all accounts, this represents a dramatic reduction in the amount of reimbursement that provides for blood clotting factor and a few ancillary supplies.
Hayden Lewis,from the campaign group Haemophilia Wales, was infected with HIV by a blood clotting factor he was given in 1985 and was told about his Hepatitis C in 1993.
In 2001, Medicare's outpatient expenditures for blood clotting factor used to treat the estimated 1,100 beneficiaries with hemophilia totaled about $105 million, or more than 2 percent of total Medicare spending on outpatient drugs.
This project will determine whether blood clotting factor homologues are expressed in fiber type-specific muscle exposed to the atrophy of simulated microgravity.
Alameda, CA; 510-748-7150) announced a significant addition to its adeno-associated virus (AAV) patent portfolio with the issuance of United States Patent 6,221,349 for the delivery of the gene encoding the blood clotting factor VIII using AAV vectors.
Mick Mason, 34, contracted HIV and Hepatitis B after being treated with the blood clotting Factor 8 in 1983.
Nowadays a hemophiliac can take a shot of blood clotting Factor 8 every week and essentially live a normal life.
The main sessions will focus on BI-204, which is targeting cardiovascular disease, and on TB-402, which is targeting the human blood clotting factor, Factor VIII and is being developed as an anti-coagulant to prevent deep vein thrombosis in patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery and in certain medical patients.