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Sexual transmission of hepatitis C: A rare event among heterosexual couples.

J Coagul Disord 2014 Mar;4(1):38-39

University of California-San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA.

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March 2014
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Blood coagulation factors V and VIII: Molecular Mechanisms of Procofactor Activation.

J Coagul Disord 2010 Jul;2(2):19-27

Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

A hallmark of hemostasis is that cells and proteins involved in the formation of a blood clot remain in a quiescent state and are only activated following an appropriate stimulus. The homologous proteins factors V and VIII cannot participate to any significant degree in their macromolecular enzyme complexes and are thus considered procofactors. Activity is generated following limited proteolysis, indicating that the conversion of the procofactors to factor Va and factor VIIIa must result in structural changes that impart cofactor function. Read More

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July 2010
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