Studies of anti-Xa activity in human plasma. II: The role of lipoproteins.

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The major plasma inhibitor of factor Xa is thought to be anti-thrombin III (At III). However, adsorption of plasma by aluminium hydroxide (A1(OH)3) increases its rate of neutralisation 7-8 fold, and this 'fast-acting' anti-Xa activity has been shown to be independent of At III. Gel filtration of plasma indicated that the anti-Xa activity after A1(OH)3… (More)

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@article{Barrowcliffe1982StudiesOA, title={Studies of anti-Xa activity in human plasma. II: The role of lipoproteins.}, author={Trevor W. Barrowcliffe and C A Eggleton and J. Stocks}, journal={Thrombosis research}, year={1982}, volume={27 2}, pages={185-95} }