Published in Blood Weekly, December 27th, 1999
This opens new insights into the molecular details of blood coagulation, as well as in the overall mechanisms of protein-membrane association. The results were reported in the November 25, 1999, issue of the journal Nature.
An intact circulatory system is vital for all physiological processes. Vascular injuries must be therefore rapidly sealed and repaired. This is achieved through the so-called blood coagulation cascade: several, similarly assembled proteinases (i.e., enzymes,...
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