prothrombin factor

prothrombin factor

[prō′thräm·bən ‚fak·tər]
(biochemistry)
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The relationship between common genetic mutations such as factor V Leiden, prothrombin factor II G 20210A, methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), deficiencies of protein C, protein S, and antithrombin III, and VTE have been reported (2).
Time after ingestion Day Hour AST, ALT, Prothrombin Factor V, Creatinine, U/L U/L activity, % % mmol/L 1 15 17 10 100 40 2 34 663 607 56 44 41 1697 1636 47 47 46 2091 2211 37 3 53 3200 3122 33 67 2903 4127 27 24 48 70 2745 3990 25 23 46 4 76 2001 4104 27 48 47 82 1538 3080 28 30 44 95 850 3110 46 56 5 118 302 2226 69 79 51 6 144 1616 77 93 47 8 39 663 88 48 10 32 345 12 32 345 40 14 7 100
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