Resistance to activated protein C caused by a factor V gene mutation.

Abstract

Each year, approximately one in 1000 individuals suffers from venous thromboembolism. The pathogenesis of the disease is multifactorial and a thrombotic event is the result of a combination of genetic and circumstantial risk factors. Until recently, genetic defects could only be identified in a minority of thrombosis patients. The discovery of inherited… (More)

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@article{Zller1995ResistanceTA, title={Resistance to activated protein C caused by a factor V gene mutation.}, author={Bengt Z{\"{o}ller and Bj{\"{o}rn Dahlb{\"a}ck}, journal={Current opinion in hematology}, year={1995}, volume={2 5}, pages={358-64} }