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Factor X deficiency: clinical manifestation of 102 subjects from Europe and Latin America with mutations in the factor 10 gene
Summary.  Inherited factor X deficiency (FXD) is a rare (1:1 000 000) recessive bleeding disorder. The clinical and laboratory phenotypes of FXD are poorly correlated and few regional studies on theExpand
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Effects of neutral proteases from human leukocytes on structure and biological properties of human factor VIII.
Human factor VIII was purified from cryoprecipitate and incubated for up to 24 hours with four neutral proteases of human blood leukocytes, namely, with elastase-like protease (ELP),Expand
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[Hemophilia and other inherited blood coagulation disorders in Poland].
The aim of the study was to analyze the data on 3224 patients with inherited blood coagulation disorders registered in Poland till December 1st, 2003. In 2269 registered hemophilia patients, 1953Expand
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Anticoagulant properties of extracellular slime substance produced by Staphylococcus epidermidis.
Slime produced by S. epidermidis strain KH 11 was extracted with phenol-saline. The saline phase was fractionated on a DEAE-Sepharose CL-6B column. The crude slime solution and its phenol-salineExpand
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Bovine platelet proteins. 3. Some properties of platelet fibrinogen.
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Subcellular distribution of fibrinogen and factor XIII in human blood platelets.
Abstract Fresh human platelets were disrupted by nitrogen decompression, and homogenates were fractionated by centrifugation in a linear gradient of sodium diatrizoate (18–33%). Five distinctExpand
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Bovine platelet proteins. II. Purification of platelet fibrinogen.
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[Disorders in the conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin in patients with multiple myeloma].
A prolonged thrombin clotting time was found in 15 of 85 patients with multiple myeloma. Among those with abnormal clotting time in 9 cases (60.0%) the M protein was classified as IgG-lambda, in 1Expand
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