alpha (alpha)2 antiplasmin

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al·pha (α)2 an·ti·plas·min

(al'fă an'tē-plaz'min)
A major protease inhibitor of plasmin and plasminogen, key components of the fibrinolytic system. Also inhibits other serine proteases, including the coagulation contact factors, factor Xa, and thrombin.
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