coagulation factor V

coagulation factor V

Factor V, see there.
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Acquired coagulation factor V (FV) inhibitors are rare and their presentations varied.
Isolation and study of an acquired inhibitor of human coagulation factor V.
Mutation in blood coagulation factor V associated with resistance to actuated protein C.
Joseph Miletich provided an excellent overview of what mutations in the coagulation factor genes mean in the overall scheme of risk for thromboembolic disease with advancing age and with the presence of heterozygosity for the coagulation factor V Leiden gene mutation.
APC resistance is a genetic defect in coagulation factor V that is the leading cause (nearly 40 percent of identified patients) of thrombotic (clot forming) diseases that affect nearly 25 million people in the United States and Europe.
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