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Digestion of amidinated and phenylglyoxal treated fibrinogen by plasmin






Thrombosis Research 9(3): 261-266

Digestion of amidinated and phenylglyoxal treated fibrinogen by plasmin

Human fibrinogen with the lysyl and/or arginyl residues modified by treatment with ethyl acetimidate hydrochloride and phenylglyoxal monohydrate, respectively, was incubated with plasmin. Both chemical modifications delayed the appearance of components Y, D and E while component X was not affected.

Accession: 005161539

PMID: 136057

DOI: 10.1016/0049-3848(76)90215-2

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