proactivator

proactivator

 [pro-ak´tĭ-va″ter]
a precursor of an activator; a factor that reacts with an enzyme to form an activator.

pro·ac·ti·va·tor

(prō'ak'ti-vā-tŏr),
A substance that, when chemically split, yields a fragment (activator) capable of rendering another substance enzymatically active.

pro·ac·ti·va·tor

(prō-ak'ti-vā-tŏr)
A substance that, when chemically split, yields a fragment (activator) capable of rendering another substance enzymatically active.
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Human kininogen deficiency with diminished levels of plasminogen proactivator and prekallikrein associated with abnormalities of the Hageman factor dependent pathways," Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol.
This protein is single chain polypeptide that combines with the proactivator plasminogen.
In addition to abovementioned peptide, the expression of uromodulin, granulin, and proactivator peptide has been downregulated in FSGS subjects compared with healthy controls.
Nephrotic syndrome in children is an immuno-compromised state due to hypoproteinemia particularly hypogammaglobulinemia (urinary loss and impaired synthesis of IgG, ), decreased complement factor B (C3 proactivator) and D, both being essentials for phagocytosis of encapsulated pathogens.2,3,14,20,22 Furthermore, there is also evidence of abnormal T- lymphocyte function, hypovolemia resulting in hypo-perfusion of spleen and intestinal mucosa leading to hyper-coagulation and micro -infarcts, edematous tissue providing culture medium for bacterial growth.