Published in Blood Weekly, June 14th, 2001
Overall, the studies illustrate that the TpP test's early detection of elevated levels of the thrombus precursor protein may result in the identification of patients suffering from blood clots. The clots could be indicative of a number of medical conditions ranging from heart attack to disorders of the blood system, including thrombophilias, a propensity for the blood to form dangerous clots. Previously published studies...
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