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n. a substance (coagulation factor), present in blood plasma, that is acted upon by the enzyme thrombin to produce the insoluble protein fibrin in the final stage of blood coagulation. The normal level of fibrinogen in plasma is 2–4 g/1 (4–6 g/l during pregnancy).

Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.

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