Evaluation of the Polymorphisms of Genes Affecting Thrombosis throughout Sepsis in Children

@inproceedings{oulu2009EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the Polymorphisms of Genes Affecting Thrombosis throughout Sepsis in Children},
  author={M {\"O} Çoğulu and Huseyin Onay and Cumhur Gunduz and A Ekmekçi and Fusun Atlihan and Ferda Ozkinay},
  year={2009}
}
  • M Ö Çoğulu, Huseyin Onay, +3 authors Ferda Ozkinay
  • Published 2009
Aim: Since the clinical course of sepsis exhibits individual variance, its genetic background and the polymorphisms found in the genes which may be responsible for the predisposition to sepsis have been investigated. The interaction between coagulation and sepsis has directed researchers to investigate the genetic polymorphisms of those factors. We aimed to determine the polymorphisms of Factor V Leiden, Factor V 1299, prothrombin, Factor XIII, beta-fibrinogen, plasminogen activator inhibitor 1… CONTINUE READING

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