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Blood Product and Procoagulant Use

Cyclosporine enhances platelet procoagulant activity

Procoagulant and proinflammatory activity in acute coronary syndromes

Procoagulant and proinflammatory activity in acute coronary syndromes

Circulating Microparticles and Procoagulant Activity in Elderly Patients

Procoagulant mutations and venous thrombosis in Behçet's disease

Heparanase procoagulant activity is elevated in women using oral contraceptives

Early Procoagulant Shift in the Bronchoalveolar Compartment of Patients with Secondary Peritonitis

Platelet–monocyte pro-coagulant interactions in on-pump coronary surgery

Thrombosis in inflammatory bowel disease: clinical setting, procoagulant profile and factor V Leiden.

Serotonin enhances platelet procoagulant properties and their activation induced during platelet tissue factor uptake

Pro-coagulant effect of in vitro haemodilution is not inhibited by aspirin.

Renal function and cardiovascular mortality in elderly men: the role of inflammatory, procoagulant, and endothelial biomarkers

Prevalence of circulating procoagulant microparticles in women with recurrent miscarriage: a case‐controlled study

Fas-Induced Apoptosis Increases Hepatocyte Tissue Factor Procoagulant Activity In Vitro and In Vivo

Higher levels of procoagulant microparticles in women with recurrent miscarriage are not associated with antiphospholipid antibodies

Doxorubicin-Induced Platelet Procoagulant Activities: An Important Clue for Chemotherapy-Associated Thrombosis


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(sometimes) any of factor V, factor VII, or factor VIII, each of which acts to accelerate the conversion of prothrombin to thrombin during blood coagulation.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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