factor I

Type: Term Definitions: 1. in the clotting of blood a factor that is converted to fibrin through the action of thrombin. 2. a regulatory factor for the alternate complement pathway.
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factor I

<haematology> A protein which is synthesised by the liver. ... Fibrinogen is converted to fibrin, in the formation of a blood clot, via the enzymatic action of thrombin. A fibrinogen assay measures the concentration of fibrinogen in the blood and may be used to evaluate abnormal blood clotting. ... A lack of fibrinogen may be congenital or ac
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factor I

fibrinogen: a coagulation factor that is a high-molecular-weight plasma protein and is converted to fibrin through the action of thrombin. Deficiency of this factor results in the blood clotting problems of afibrinogenemia or hypofibrinogenemia.
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factor I

a plasma enzyme that regulates both classical and alternative pathways of complement activation by inactivating their C3 convertases.
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