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 notice: Framework for the pharmaceutical supply principles of human fibrinogen assets activated eptacog alfa and human prothrombin complex according to the general hospital of palma.
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.
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).
When physicians removed damaged tissue, they employed human fibrinogen and cattle thrombin to stem blood loss and glue skin grafts in place.
Prior Information Notice: Framework agreement for the supply of pharmaceutical active ingredients human fibrinogen, alfa eptacog on and human prothrombin complex, the general hospital of palma.
gamma]-Chain dysfibrinogenemias: molecular structure-function relationships of naturally occurring mutations in the gamma chain of human fibrinogen.
The only currently available source of human fibrinogen is plasma from human donor blood.
Taibang"), recently received approval from the China State Food and Drug Administration ("SFDA") to begin clinical trials for its human fibrinogen to be used to treat congenital fibrinogen deficiency and acquired fibrinogen deficiency.

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