fibrinolysin definition

  • noun:
    • See plasmin.
    • An enzyme based on plasma of bovine origin, or obtained from cultures of specific germs, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.
    • an enzyme that dissolves the fibrin of bloodstream clots
    • See plasmin.
    • See plasmin.
    • See plasmin.
    • An enzyme based on plasma of bovine beginning, or extracted from countries of specific micro-organisms, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.
    • An enzyme produced from plasma of bovine source, or obtained from countries of particular micro-organisms, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.
    • An enzyme produced by plasma of bovine source, or obtained from cultures of specific bacteria, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.
    • an enzyme that dissolves the fibrin of bloodstream clots
    • See plasmin.
    • See plasmin.
    • an enzyme that dissolves the fibrin of blood clots
    • An enzyme based on plasma of bovine origin, or extracted from cultures of specific germs, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.
    • An enzyme produced by plasma of bovine origin, or obtained from countries of certain bacteria, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.
    • an enzyme that dissolves the fibrin of bloodstream clots
    • an enzyme that dissolves the fibrin of bloodstream clots
    • an enzyme that dissolves the fibrin of blood clots

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