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Chemical Fibrinogens, Abnormal

Name Fibrinogens, Abnormal
Equivalent Term Abnormal Fibrinogens
Definition Fibrinogens which have a functional defect as the result of one or more amino acid substitutions in the amino acid sequence of normal fibrinogen. Abnormalities of the fibrinogen molecule may impair any of the major steps involved in the conversion of fibrinogen into stabilized fibrin, such as cleavage of the fibrinopeptides by thrombin, polymerization and cross-linking of fibrin. The resulting dysfibrinogenemias can be clinically silent or can be associated with bleeding, thrombosis or defective wound healing.
Curation Status No associations have been curated for this chemical yet.
MeSH® ID D015241
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Fibrinogens, Abnormal
  fibrinogen Aarhus
  fibrinogen Adelaide
  fibrinogen Ales
  fibrinogen Almeria I
  fibrinogen Asahi
  fibrinogen Ashford
  fibrinogen Awaji
  fibrinogen Baltimore I
  fibrinogen Baltimore II
  fibrinogen Baltimore III
  fibrinogen Banks peninsula
  fibrinogen Barcelona I
  fibrinogen Barcelona II
  fibrinogen Beograd
  fibrinogen Bern I
  fibrinogen Bern II
  fibrinogen Bern III
  fibrinogen Bicetre II
  fibrinogen Bondy
  fibrinogen Bremen
  fibrinogen Canterbury
  fibrinogen Caracas I
  fibrinogen Caracas II
  fibrinogen Caracas V
  fibrinogen Caracas VI
  fibrinogen Caracas VIII
  fibrinogen Chapel Hill II
  fibrinogen Claro
  fibrinogen Columbus
  fibrinogen Copenhagen II
  fibrinogen Darlinghurst
  fibrinogen Detroit
  fibrinogen Dusard
  fibrinogen Erfurt I
  fibrinogen Frankfurt III, human
  fibrinogen Freiburg II
  fibrinogen Fremantle
  fibrinogen Fukushima
  fibrinogen gamma'
  fibrinogen Geneva
  fibrinogen Genova II
  fibrinogen Giessen I
  fibrinogen Grand Rapids
  fibrinogen Grenoble
  fibrinogen Guarenas
  fibrinogen Haarlem
  fibrinogen Hakata
  fibrinogen Hershey IV
  fibrinogen IJmuiden
  fibrinogen Irvine
  fibrinogen Ise
  fibrinogen Kanazawa
  fibrinogen Kawaguchi
  fibrinogen Kiel
  fibrinogen Kyoto I
  fibrinogen Kyoto II
  fibrinogen Kyoto III
  fibrinogen Ledyard
  fibrinogen Lille
  fibrinogen Lima
  fibrinogen Logrono
  fibrinogen London I
  fibrinogen Longmont
  fibrinogen Madrid I
  fibrinogen Madrid II
  fibrinogen Magdeburg
  fibrinogen Malmoe
  fibrinogen Mannheim V
  fibrinogen Marburg
  fibrinogen Matsumoto I
  fibrinogen Matsumoto II
  fibrinogen Matsumoto V
  fibrinogen Matsumoto VII
  fibrinogen Merivale
  fibrinogen Metz
  fibrinogen Milano I
  fibrinogen Milano II
  fibrinogen Milano III
  fibrinogen Milano IV
  fibrinogen Milano VI
  fibrinogen Milano VII
  fibrinogen Milano XIII
  fibrinogen Mitaka II
  fibrinogen Mumbai
  fibrinogen Nagoya
  fibrinogen New Britain
  fibrinogen New Orleans
  fibrinogen New York 1
  fibrinogen Nieuwegein
  fibrinogen Nijmegen
  fibrinogen Novy Jicin
  fibrinogen Osaka II
  fibrinogen Osaka IV
  fibrinogen Osaka V
  fibrinogen Osaka VI
  fibrinogen Oslo I
  fibrinogen Oslo IV
  fibrinogen Otsu I, human
  fibrinogen Oviedo I
  fibrinogen Paris
  fibrinogen Perth
  fibrinogen Petoskey
  fibrinogen Pisa
  fibrinogen Poissy II
  fibrinogen Poissy III
  fibrinogen Praha II
  fibrinogen Rokycany
  fibrinogen Saint-Germain I
  fibrinogen San Giovanni Rotondo
  Fibrinogen Schwarzach
  fibrinogen Seattle
  fibrinogen Seattle II
  fibrinogen Sevilla
  fibrinogen Stony Brook II
  Fibrinogen Sumperk II
  fibrinogen Sydney I
  fibrinogen Tahiti
  fibrinogen Tokyo II
  fibrinogen Tolaga Bay
  fibrinogen Tottori II
  fibrinogen Vicenza
  fibrinogen Vlissingen
  fibrinogen Vlissingen-Frankfurt IV
  fibrinogen Wilmington
  fibrinogen Zabrze
  fibrinogen Zlin
  fibrinogen Znojmo