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Concentration of plasminogen and antiplasmin in plasma and serum
  1. SA Cederholm-Williams
  1. Department of Haematology, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford


    The concentrations of plasminogen and fast-acting antiplasmin were measured in 65 normal plasmas and matched sera. Concentrations were decreased in serum by 38% for plasminogen and 32% for fast-acting antiplasmin. The decrease in plasminogen level was due to both adsorption of plasminogen to fibrin and reaction with antiplasmin.

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