Clinical Trial of Epsilon-aminocaproic Acid in Severe Haemophilia.


a naturally occurring plasma globulin, is converted by activators to plasmin, an enzyme which can digest many proteins, including fibrinogen and fibrin, prothrombin, factor V, and antihaemophilic globulin. Under physiological circumstances it is thought that natural inhibitors in the plasma restrict plasmin to digestion of fibrin, but in pathological… (More)


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@article{Gordon1965ClinicalTO, title={Clinical Trial of Epsilon-aminocaproic Acid in Severe Haemophilia.}, author={A. M. Gordon and G P Mcnicol and A H Dubber and George S. A. McDonald and A. S. Douglas}, journal={British medical journal}, year={1965}, volume={1 5451}, pages={1632-5} }