Virginie B Louvain

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Factor Xa (FXa) hydrolyzes two peptide bonds in prothrombin having (Glu/Asp)-Gly-Arg-(Thr/Ile) for P(3)-P(2)-P(1)-P(1)' residues, but the exact preferences of its catalytic groove remain largely(More)
The control of coagulation enzymes by antithrombin is vital for maintenance of normal hemostasis. Antithrombin requires the co-factor, heparin, to efficiently inhibit target proteinases. A specific(More)
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