coagulate

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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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While it has been established that endurance exercise activates the coagulatory system, this increase in coagulation is generally paralleled by an activation of fibrinolysis (or clot breakdown).
We have hypothesized that the combination of endurance exercise and travel may shift the hemostatic balance in athletes post-competition and disproportionately activate the coagulatory system, therefore increasing the risk of blood clots.
After endurance exercise, both coagulatory and fibrinolytic activation occurs, meaning that there is an increase in both clot formation and in the breaking down of blood clots.
somnifera Kaur P et al 2003 To test the isolated biological fractions and compounds for their adaptogenic activity on stress (in vivo) Amara S et al 1999 To test effect on down regulation of antigen specific 1gE antibody response Dhuley JN 2000 To evaluate the adaptogenic, cardioprotective, and coagulatory effects + other biochemical parameters Battacharya SK et To test the preventive effect al 2002 of W.