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abbr. FIB. Fibrinogen is a 340 kDa glycoprotein synthesized in the liver. It circulates in the blood at high levels (For a general overview see also: Henschen et al, 1983; Doolittle, 1983).

Fibrinogen is composed of 3 structurally different subunits termed FGA [fibrinogen-alpha; Fibrinogen A, Alpha-fibrinogen; abbr. also FIBA] (Watt et al, 1979; Imam et al, 1983; Rixon et al, 1983; Fu et al, 1992; Chung et al, 1990), FGB [fibrinogen-beta; Fibrinogen B, Beta-fibrinogen; abbr. also FIBB] (Chung et al, 1983, 1990), and FGG [ ... ... ... ... ... Subscribe to continue reading! ... ...


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