coagulation time


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coagulation time

[kō‚ag·yə′lā·shən ‚tīm]
(physiology)
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Afterwards, Mucor Miehei rennet enzyme (0,04 mg mL -1 ) was added to skim milk solution and coagulation time was determined according to visual method of Hostettler [14].
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23) reported that sulfated metals (except for nickel) can decrease coagulation time by affecting coagulant factors.
of aspirin failed to cause any measurable or statistically significant change in the coagulation time of APTT and PT (Table 2).
The thromboelastographic parameters, thrombocyte numbers, retraction time and blood coagulation time obtained in experimental alimentary anemia showed that blood coagulation was the type of hypocoagulation.
This effect leads to shorter coagulation time and is particularly evident, especially in test plasmas that undergo freezing and thawing before analysis.
6 U/ml produced significant increases in coagulation time (CT) in thromboplastin-phospholipid containing samples (INTEM), but not in tissue factor containing samples (EXTEM).
Chilli - main ingredient is capsiacin and is know as a powerful pain killer and antioxidant helping to combat heart attack and stroke and even extends blood coagulation time.
When the coagulation is carried out in the reaction limited aggregation (RLA) regime, a coagulation time of about 1-120 sec, the system can be controlled by mixing to yield dense, spheroidal aggregates with a very narrow particle size distribution.
In one study, serum albumin levels improved with more than a year of lamivudine therapy, and coagulation time diminished.
One study has shown that serum albumin levels improved with more than a year of lamivudine therapy, and coagulation time diminished.
have shorter rennet coagulation time, less resistance to heat treatment,