Fibrinogen-fibrin transformations characterized during the course of reaction by their intermediate structures. A light scattering study in dilute solution under physiological conditions.

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Intermediate structures of human fibrin formed under physiological conditions were investigated by means of light scattering in the course of the polymer/network formation. Very low fibrinogen concentrations (c = 0.03--0.13 mg/ml) were used to lower the polymerization rate, and thrombin at five concentrations (0.0085--0.04 N.I.H./ml) was used for initiation… (More)

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@article{Mller1978FibrinogenfibrinTC, title={Fibrinogen-fibrin transformations characterized during the course of reaction by their intermediate structures. A light scattering study in dilute solution under physiological conditions.}, author={Mariolly M{\"{u}ller and Walther Burchard}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={1978}, volume={537 2}, pages={208-25} }