fibrinokinase

fi·bri·no·ki·nase

(fī'brin-ō-kī'nās),
Name formerly proposed for the enzyme that converts plasminogen to plasmin; subsequently called urokinase, but now termed plasminogen activator.
Synonym(s): fibrinolysokinase

fibrinokinase

[fī′brinōkī′nās]
Etymology: L, fibra + Gk, kinesis, motion
a non-water-soluble enzyme in animal tissue that activates plasminogen. Also called tissue kinase, tissue plasminogen activator.

fibrinokinase

(fī´brinōki´nās)
(fibrinolysokinase, lysokinase),
n an activator of plasminogen found in many animal tissues.