fibrinogenesis

fi·bri·no·gen·e·sis

(fī'bri-nō-jen'ĕ-sis),
Formation or production of fibrin.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

fi·bri·no·gen·e·sis

(fī'bri-nō-jen'ĕ-sis)
Formation or production of fibrin.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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demonstrated that lumbrokinase not only promotes fibrinolysis but also prothrombin activation (thus fibrinogenesis).
These conditions may predispose patients to peritoneal irritation and inflammation, which leads to peritoneal fibrinogenesis. In the patient in this study, no risk factors were found for explaining the development of sclerosing peritonitis, so the case was accepted as idiopathic, namely abdominal cocoon.
During fibrinogenesis, upon the gradual nephron loss and suspended tissue remodeling, the injured tubular cells undergo apoptosis and the capillaries become pathologically permeable, thus triggering chronic interstitial inflammation.
Furthermore, some [gamma][delta] T cells also generate particular cytokines, such as keratinocyte growth factor (KGF) and connective tissue growth factor (CTGF), which play a vital role in the control of epithelial integrity, fibrinogenesis, and wound repair.
purpurea extract reduced expression of IL-[beta] & IL- 17, CINC-1 & MCP-1, & ICAM-1 Effect of green tea PP 0.6% in the diet for Improved on Mdrla(-/-) mice on 12 weeks histopathology, proteomic & reduced abundance of transcriptomic transcripts & endpoints proteins associated with immune & inflammatory response/ fibrinogenesis, increased abundance of pathways associated with xenobiotic metabolism in response to GrTP Effect of naringenin 0.3% naringenin in Naringenin on DSS induced colitis diet for up to 9 d attenuated the mice increased DAI & colon shortening & suppressed the increased cytokine (IL-17A, IL-[beta], IL-6, MIP2 expression).
Mansi Ankolekar & Freny Karjodkar reported that a high level of copper in gutkha plays an initiating role in stimulation of fibrinogenesis by up regulation of lysyl oxidase and thereby increasing in cross linkage, inhibition of degradation of collagen and thereby causing its accumulation thus leading to OSMF.
Luego de descubrirse que ratones deficientes en FXII no presentan sangrado y que mas bien se caracterizan por una formacion anormal del coagulo de fibrina [17], pasando por el hallazgo del FXII como proteina favorecedora de la fibrinogenesis [18], en particular, esta via se ha considerado un blanco interesante al poder limitarse el crecimiento del trombo sin incrementar el sangrado [19].
Este mecanismo es altamente efectivo en sepsis cuando la inflamacion y la coagulacion estan activadas de forma importante, con aparicion de microtrombosis y empeoramiento de la fibrinogenesis. (7)
demonstrated the sensitivity and specificity of ROTEG to demonstrate the influence of FXIII on the final stages of fibrinogenesis. (20) Work in our own laboratory has shown that FXIII-enriched fibrin exhibits a dose-dependent resistance to plasminogen-activator-induced fibrinolysis.
Although PARs have been initially identified and shown to play major roles in hemostasis and fibrinogenesis (Kahn et al., 1998), there is increasing evidence suggesting that these receptors have different functions in the nervous system (see Festoff et al., 1996; Turgeon and Houenou, 1997; Turgeon et al., 2000).
Luego sobreviene una fase de fibrinogenesis y agregacion plaquetaria, llamada en conjunto propagacion (figura 3) [1-7].