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Activity of blood coagulation factor XIII as a prognostic indicator in patients with Henoch-Schönlein purpura. Efficacy of factor XIII substitution
Variability of actual and potential fibrin-stabilizing factor (FSF) activity of blood plasma in healthy children
The healing of wounds and scar formation under the influence of a tissue adhesion system with fibrinogen, thrombin, and coagulation factor XIII
Immunohistochemical detection of factor XIIIa and factor XIIIs in synovial membranes of patients with rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis
Involvement of blood coagulation factor XIII in burn healing in the carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatic injury model in rats
Impact of perioperative peripheral blood values on postoperative complications after esophageal surgery
Polymorphism of transglutaminase 2: unusually low frequency of genomic variants with deficient functions
Isolation and characterization of a thrombin-like enzyme from the venom of the snake Bothrops insularis (jararaca ilhoa)
Gastrointestinal hemorrhage in uremia; report of two cases of massive hemorrhage resulting from causes other than uremic enterocolitis
The conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin. XIII. Dissolution of fibrin and inhibition of clotting by various neutral salts
Absence of plasma transamidase activity in congenital deficiency of fibrin stabilizing factor (Factor 13)
Haemorrhagic syndrome of autoimmune origin with a specific inhibitor against fibrin stabilizing factor (factor XIII)
Enzymatic basis for platelet aggregation and release: the significance of the 'platelet atmosphere' and the relationship between platelet function and blood coagulation
Difference between type I autoimmune inhibitors of fibrin stabilization in two patients with severe hemorrhagic disorder
A double-headed Gly-Pro-Arg-Pro ligand mimics the functions of the E domain of fibrin for promoting the end-to-end crosslinking of gamma chains by factor XIIIa
The complementary aggregation sites of fibrin investigated through examination of polymers of fibrinogen with fragment E
Epsilon-(gamma-glutamyl) lysine cross-links: determination in fibrin from normal and factor XIII-deficient individuals
Novel aspects of blood coagulation factor XIII. I. Structure, distribution, activation, and function
Structure of active coagulation factor XIII triggered by calcium binding: basis for the design of next-generation anticoagulants
Congenital factor XIII deficiency in Pakistan: characterization of seven families and identification of four novel mutations
The conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin. VII. Rigidity and stress relaxation of fibrin clots, eff. of calcium
Monomerization of fragment DD by destabilase from the medicinal leech does not alter the N-terminal sequence of the gamma-chain
A new rapid and simple assay for factor XIII activity using dansylcadaverine incorporation and gel filtration
Stability of gels formed following coagulation of Limulus amebocyte lysate: lack of covalent crosslinking of coagulin
Hemorrhagic disorder due to an isoniazid-associated acquired factor XIII inhibitor in a patient with Waldenström's macroglobulinemia
The conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin. XIV. The effect of calcium on the formation and dissociation of intermediate polymers
Studies on the clot stabilizing enzyme in aorta of rabbits under normal conditions and after cholesterol feeding
Disseminated intravascular coagulation with positive D-dimer: a controversial clinical feature in severe congenital factor XIII deficiency in southeast Iran
Equilibria in the fibrinogen-fibrin conversion. VI. Ionization changes in the reversible polymerization of fibrin monomer
Effects of Tissucol and epsilon aminocaproic acid in the healing process following dental extraction in dehydrated rats
Sol Sherry Lecture in Thrombosis : research on clot stabilization provides clues for improving thrombolytic therapies
Chromatography and electron microscopy of cross-linked fibrin polymers--a new model describing the cross-linking at the DD-trans contact of the fibrin molecules
Severe hypodysfibrinogenemia in compound heterozygotes of the fibrinogen AalphaIVS4 + 1G>T mutation and an AalphaGln328 truncation (fibrinogen Keokuk).
Identification of the calcium binding site and a novel ytterbium site in blood coagulation factor XIII by x-ray crystallography.
Coagulation factor XIIIa undergoes a conformational change evoked by glutamine substrate. Studies on kinetics of inhibition and binding of XIIIA by a cross-reacting antifibrinogen antibody.
Factor XIII assay by an isotope method. I. Factor XIII (transamidase) in plasma, serum, leucocytes, erythrocytes and platelets and evaluation of screening tests of clot solubility
Thromboelastographic studies on the influence of various serum proteins and dialyzable substances on the structure of blood coagulate
Plasmin digestion of stabilized and non-stabilized fibrin illustrated by immunoelectrophoresis and haemagglutination inhibition immuno assays
Novel deep intronic mutation in the coagulation factor XIII a chain gene leading to unexpected RNA splicing in a patient with factor XIII deficiency
Severe factor XIII-deficiency. Studies on subunits and turnover of the fibrin stabilizing factor (author's transl)
Chronic liver injury drives non-traditional intrahepatic fibrin(ogen) crosslinking via tissue transglutaminase
Role, Laboratory Assessment and Clinical Relevance of Fibrin, Factor XIII and Endogenous Fibrinolysis in Arterial and Venous Thrombosis.
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