The proteinase inhibitor complexes (antithrombin III-thrombin, alpha 2antiplasmin-plasmin and alpha 1antitrypsin-elastase) in septicemia, fulminant hepatic failure and cardiac shock: value for diagnosis and therapy control in DIC/F syndrome.


Thrombin (Thr), plasmin (Pl) and elastase (ELP) are serine proteinases which are quickly inactivated by their specific inhibitors (AT III, alpha 2AP, alpha 1AT), if intravascular activation of coagulation and fibrinolytic system or if release from PMN granulocytes by different stimuli (F.I., endotoxin, activated factor XII, a.o.) occurs. The immunological… (More)


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