Factor VII-activating protease: coagulation, fibrinolysis, and atherothrombosis?

  title={Factor VII-activating protease: coagulation, fibrinolysis, and atherothrombosis?},
  author={Kenneth G. Mann},
  volume={107 5},
The mechanistic description of a biological process first involves the development of an inventory of constituents that are presumed essential for the expression of the function. Although initially based on pathology, more frequently this inventory is developed by in vitro tests on the biochemistry, cell biology, or molecular genetics of a process. Elaborate schemes describing physiological reaction systems are frequently developed on the basis of these in vitro– developed inventories; however… CONTINUE READING

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