Infusion of commercial preparations of porcine and bovine antihaemophilic globulin into three haemophilic patients produced transient thrombocytopenia. This platelet-aggregating activity has been shown to be present in a wide range of animal plasmas and is related to the fibrinogen fraction. The mechanism of platelet aggregation by animal fibrinogen is discussed and some inhibitors of the reaction are described.
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