Seminal hemostatic factors: then and now.

@article{Lwaleed2007SeminalHF,
  title={Seminal hemostatic factors: then and now.},
  author={Bashir A Lwaleed and Anuj Goyal and George H Delves and Alan Cooper},
  journal={Seminars in thrombosis and hemostasis},
  year={2007},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={3-12}
}
Human semen spontaneously coagulates and subsequently liquefies following ejaculation. The exact reasons for this phenomenon are not entirely understood. Research has resulted in the discovery of several seminal proteins that are already known from another major domain of human physiology (i.e., blood coagulation and fibrinolysis). Some believe that regulation of seminal coagulation and fibrinolytic liquefaction may bear analogies to the well-described pathways operational in blood. We here… CONTINUE READING