Blood coagulation-fibrinolytic system and endothelial cells.


Endothelial cells, under normal conditions, possess antithrombotic nature, whereas during damage, various components of the cell may initiate blood coagulation. These functions are greatly influenced and controlled by thrombin and plasmin through their direct actions or their formation in the blood coagulation-fibrinolytic system.

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@article{Machovich1985BloodCS, title={Blood coagulation-fibrinolytic system and endothelial cells.}, author={Raymund Machovich}, journal={Acta biochimica et biophysica; Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae}, year={1985}, volume={20 3-4}, pages={135-53} }