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factor II

[′fak·tər ′tü]
(biochemistry)
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The company said the cobas Factor II and Factor V test enables laboratories to simultaneously assess Factor II and Factor V gene mutations from a single patient sample, which can reduce hands-on time when testing patients for inherited thrombophilia.
Factor II G20210A and factor V G1691A gene mutations and peripheral arterial occlusive disease.
32% of the variance, and Factor II (items 3, 6, 7 and 9) accounted for 25.
Considering that from item 9 onward, there are four alternatives and from item 12 onward it is necessary to use three rotations, we observe that the cognitive demand for the items of Factor II is greater and may involve skills not required for the items of Factor I.
They also noted that PTT can decrease in the presence of pollutants, whereas the levels of Factor II, Factor X, and IL-6 can increase.
Upon genetic testing, there were no mutations in the factor V Leiden (G1691A), factor II (G20210A), and MTHFR (C677T).
compared the prevalence of five common thrombophilic polymorphisms (FV Leiden, FV 4070 A/G, Factor II prothrombin 20210 G/A, MTHFR 677C/T and MTHFR 1298 A/C) and their combinations in women with recurrent miscarriage and a control group.
Additional coagulation studies were obtained, which revealed: complete normalization of aPTT and PT after mixing control plasma and patient's serum in a 1:1 ratio and decreased levels of all vitamin K dependent factors with normal non-vitamin K dependent factors ([normal range for all assays = 50-150%], Factor II = 30%, Factor V = 97%, Factor VII < 13%, Factor VIII = 152%, Factor IX = 6.
Factor II was made up of total soluble % and sucrose %.
66i) (4 items) Tabla 4: Baremos del CEMEDEPU (Muestra de profesores valencianos) Centiles ESCALA I Factor I Factor II Factor III 1 1,0000 1.
Once the prothrombinase complex has formed, Factor II is activated, fibrinogen is converted to fibrin, and clotting time of the sample can be measured.
Led by Cristina Alberini, Professor of Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, the research team evaluated how a protein called insulin-like growth factor II (IGF-II), a gene expressed during brain development that declines with aging, impacts memory formation and retention.