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A gene on chromosome 17p13 that encodes alpha-2-antiplasmin, a serine protease inhibitor (serpin). SERPINF2 inhibits plasmin, which degrades fibrin and other proteins, and thus plays a cental role in regulating coagulation.

Molecular pathology
SERPINF2 mutations result in alpha-2-plasmin inhibitor deficiency, which is characterised by severe haemorrhagic diathesis.
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Abbreviation for active pharmaceutical ingredient.
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* A WAP developer's toolkit for customers to set up their own WAP trial and test applications, together with Hosting Services to help organisations manage and maintain their WAP applications;
In the new release, 4thpass has added several compelling features, including support for wireless file updating and new interoperability with 3rd party WAP Gateways, making it an invaluable component of any wireless application developer's toolkit.
The new version of GibbsCAM extends system capabilities to support advanced turning machine tools and provides new levels of openness through a Developer's Toolkit for third party developers.
In addition, Wal-Mart will use Interactix's InterApp Developer's Toolkit to link the space management initiative to Wal-Mart's Mart's relational database.
Our developer's toolkit provides us with the flexibility, modularity and scalability to easily integrate with any content platform or application that requires sophisticated and intelligent search, retrieval, or information filtering capabilities."
The solution can also include the NightFire(R) Developer's Toolkit that enables rapid development of custom applications.
TMS is primarily known as a developer's toolkit provider in the electronic imaging market (TMSFAX), and in the CD-ROM publishing market for its full-text retrieval products (InnerView).
Finally, the company has launched its Kodak Image Pac Developer's Toolkit, an application programmer interface to enable hardware and softwaredevelopers to author Image Pac files from their products.