coagulable


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capable of coagulating and becoming thick

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El liofilizado necesario para obtener 1 ml de solucion sellante de fibrina contiene los siguientes principios activos: proteina coagulable 75-115 mg; fibrinogeno 70-110 mg; plasmafibronectina 2-9 mg; plasminogeno 40-120 mcg; factor XIII 10-50 UI; solucion de aprotinina bovina we3.
La aspirina, que hace a la sangre menos coagulable, se suele dar a los cardiopatas (afectados de cardiopatias) o a los que corren un alto grado de riesgo de contraerlas, para disminuir la posibilidad de que se formen coagulos, reduciendose con ello el riesgo de ataque al corazon y de muerte prematura.
His ideas about the formation of chyle were vague, although he found components in it reminiscent of blood, including "white globules" and a coagulable fluid (15).
11,18] The activated platelets and coagulable blood elements experience prolonged contact in the face of venous stasis, thereby enhancing opportunity for thrombus generation.
Properties of whey proteins that provide functionality in foods are a bland taste, buffering capacity, coagulable by heat, excellent foaming and whipping, low viscosity, and solubility in acidic, alkaline, and dilute salt solutions.