human fibrinogen

hu·man fi·brin·o·gen

fibrinogen prepared from normal human plasma; a coagulant (clotting factor), used as an adjunct in the management of acute, congenital, or acquired chronic hypofibrinogenemia.

hu·man fi·brin·o·gen

(hyūmăn fī-brinō-jen)
Fibrinogen prepared from normal human plasma; coagulant (clotting factor), used as an adjunct in management of acute, congenital, or acquired chronic hypofibrinogenemia.
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Contract award notice: : fn motol - anti-inhibitory complex of coagulation factors, Human fibrinogen
Gelrin is a biodegradable hydrogel based on polyethylene glycol diacrylate and denatured human fibrinogen originally developed at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.
Each component of EVARREST--a Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose (ORC) underlying layer, nonwoven polyglactin 910 fibers needle-punched into the underlying ORC layer to provide increased surface area and mechanical strength and a surface layer of lyophilized human fibrinogen and human thrombin--plays an active role in the hemostasis process.
Dhall TZ, Bryce WA, Dhall DP: Effects of dextran on the molecular structure and tensile behavior of human fibrinogen.
The different protein coating solutions consisted of 2 mg/ml human albumin (Pharmacia & Upjohn AB, Stockholm, Sweden), 2 mg/ml human fibrinogen (American Diagnostica Inc.
Plasminogen-free unfractionated human fibrinogen was obtained from Calbiochem.
Pharming is developing recombinant human fibrinogen as a replacement therapy for patients with genetic and acquired deficiencies of fibrinogen.
Baxter's Tisseel VH Fibrin Sealant has the maximum concentration of human fibrinogen to stimulate this natural physiologic clotting process.
Pharming has obtained patents and licenses on various products and technologies, including the production and purification of recombinant human fibrinogen and recombinant tissue sealant compositions.
Gamma-chain dysfibrinogenemias: molecular structure-function relationships of naturally occurring mutations in the gamma chain of human fibrinogen.
Latex particles, coated with antibodies to human fibrinogen fragments D and E, are mixed with patient serum (or urine).

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