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In vivo and in vitro behaviour of clotting factors in blood and tissues.

F Nour-Eldin

In vivo and in vitro behaviour of clotting factors in blood and tissues.

by F Nour-Eldin

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Published in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blood -- Coagulation,
  • Tissues

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNew York Academy of Sciences. Annals -- v. 105, art. 18, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v. 105
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP93.5 N68
    The Physical Object
    Pagination985-1003p.
    Number of Pages1003
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16856757M

    The blood contains about a dozen of clotting factors. These factors are proteins that exist in the blood in an inactive state, but can be called into action when tissues or blood vessels are damaged. The activation of clotting factors occurs in a sequential manner. The first factor in the sequence activates the second factor, which activates. Hemostasis involves three basic steps: vascular spasm, the formation of a platelet plug, and coagulation, in which clotting factors promote the formation of a fibrin clot. Fibrinolysis is the process in which a clot is degraded in a healing vessel.

    -in vitro, blood clotting can be stopped by addition of calcium ion chelators (such as oxalate, fluoride, citrate or EDTA) that remove calcium ions from the membrane surface. This in turn dissociates the Gla-modified proteins from these membrane surfaces. Coagulation Blood coagulation pathways in vivo showing the central role played by thrombin HealthBeneficial Coagulation, also known as clotting, is the process by which blood changes from a liquid to a gel, forming a blood clot. It potentially results in hemostasis, the cessation of blood loss from a damaged vessel, followed by repair. The mechanism of coagulation involves activation, adhesion .

      In vivo, when endothelial cells get damaged, blood comes into contact with collagen fibres underneath the cells. Contact with collagen fibres or a surface like the glass sides of a test tube activates clotting factor XII which activates clotting factor X. ting is coagulation. Blood cells called platelets, along with numerous factors—pro-teins, enzymes, vitamin K, and calcium—found in blood plasma, are involved in the clotting process. Blood clotting factors are referred to by Roman numerals and also have names associated with them. Injuries leading to extrinsic blood clotting and the related.


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In vivo and in vitro behaviour of clotting factors in blood and tissues by F Nour-Eldin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ann n y acad sci. sep 11; in vivo and in vitro behavior of clotting factors in blood and tissues. nour-eldin f. pmid: Cited by: 4. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; The Sciences; Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences; IN VIVO AND IN VITRO BEHAVIOR OF CLOTTING FACTORS IN BLOOD AND TISSUES F.

Nour‐Eldin. In Vivo and In Vitro Behavior of Clotting Factors in Blood and Tissues. September Pages Related;Cited by: 4.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences Volume Article 18 In Vivo and In Vitro Behavior of Clotting Factors in Blood and Tissues [F.

Nour-Eldin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : F. Nour-Eldin. These in vivo data provide support for the following hypotheses originally developed from in vitro experiments: (i) activation of the blood coagulation system, which proceeds through a cascade mechanism, incorporates biochemical amplification; (ii) the inhibition of activated Factor IX by antithrombin III in the presence of heparin is an Cited by: Global factors are associated with systemic changes in blood composition, which can be monitored using laboratory tests.

In contrast, local factors including vessel wall damage, atherosclerotic plaque, or blood flow stagnation are beyond any functional in vitro laboratory assays but can be monitored in vivo via imaging modalities or specific.

In vitro and in vivo evaluation of blood coagulation activation of polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel plus dextran-based vascular grafts. J Biomed Mater Res Part A A– The gamma-glutamyl carboxylase (GGCX) enzyme plays an essential role in biosynthesis of vitamin K–dependent clotting factors by carboxylating protein-bound glutamate residues.

Thus the GGCX gene is a candidate for affecting warfarin pharmacodynamics. Rare GGCX mutations cause deficiencies in vitamin K–dependent clotting factors []. Chapter 1: Circulatory System. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by.

An element critical to coagulation function in vivo and in vitro is: A) calcium B) nitrogen C) phosphorus D) potassium. A) calcium. The 3 components of hemostasis are: A) blood vessels, platelets, coagulation factors B) tissue.

Blood platelets contain several factors which interfere with the plasmatic clotting system; on the other hand the enzyme thrombin, formed in the course of the coagulation process, interacts with.

ANTICOAGULANTS Substances which prevent or postpone coagulation of blood are called anticoagulants. Anticoagulants are of three types: 1. Anticoagulants used to prevent blood clotting inside the body, i.e.

in vivo. Anticoagulants used to prevent clotting of blood that is collected from the body, i.e. in vitro. The History of Clotting Factor The in vivo behaviour and decay of drugs depends on the body anatomical and functional characteristics of recipients.

On the contrary, pharmacodynamics studies the effects of drug on the body of recipients. Of course, pharmacokinetics The History of Clotting Factor Concentrates Pharmacokinetics. Physiologic hemostasis and thrombosis occur in the intravascular compartment. In general, the endothelium functions as a constitutive anticoagulant surface.

Circulating platelets form a locus, which, upon activation, coagulation factors assemble and physiologic hemostasis occurs. Activation of platelets results in a hemostatic plug by the adherence of platelets by von Willebrand factor to.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nour-Eldin, F. In vivo and in vitro behavior of clotting factors in blood and tissues (OCoLC) Clotting factors are usually inactive but once there is tissue injury to the wall of the blood vessel, the first factor is activated.

This has a cyclical effect with each factor activating the next. The ultimate aim is for these clotting factors to eventually convert the necessary components that will form a blood clot. Hemocompatibility of blood-contacting biomaterials is one of the most important criteria for their successful in vivo applicability.

Thus, extensive in vitro analyses according to ISO are required prior to clinical applications. In this review, we summarize essential aspects regarding the evaluation of the hemocompatibility of biomaterials and the required in vitro analyses for.

Furthermore, a visible increase in the number of viable P. aeruginosa L93, which was determined by growth on selective media, 17 was observed in blood and liver tissues of coagulation factor. • Three types: • Used to prevent blood clotting inside the body, i.e.

in vivo • Used to prevent clotting of the blood that is collected from the body i.e. in vitro • Used to prevent clotting both i.e. in vivo and in vitro K Sembulingam Essentials Of Medical Physiology Heparin: • Naturally produced anticoagulant in the body.

We further examined the blood coagulation behaviour and serum biochemistry of Ir-PVP in mice after the administration of the probe. Taking together the results from the in vitro and in vivo. 2 Optical Clearing of Fibrous Tissues 23 Spectral Properties of Immersed Eye Sclera 23 Monte Carlo modeling 23 In vitro measurements 32 In vitro Frequency-Domain Measurements of Eye Sclera 52 In vivo Measurements of Eye Sclera 54 Dura Mater Immersion and Agent Diffusion Rate 58 Conclusions The obtained in vivo results are compared to the results of in vitro studies of nanodiamond interaction with rat and human blood and blood components, such as red blood cells and blood plasma.

An in vivo animal model shows ND injected in blood attach to the RBC membrane and circulate with blood for more than 30 min; and ND do not stimulate an.

a sample of blood in a tube would spontaneously clot → clotting is. intrinsic - Activated by: (-) charged surfaces. in vivo (collagen, subendothelial connective tissue) & in vitro (glass) - Factors: XII, XI (↓in haemophilia B), IX (↓in haemophilia A) - Activation time: 1 - 6 min (slow) Extrinsic pathway.This study aimed to evaluate in vitro whole blood (WB) clot lysis method for the assessment of fibrinolytic activity.

Standardized unresected (uncut) retracted WB clot was incubated in pool platelet poor plasma (PPP) for varying incubation times and in streptokinase (SK) at different concentrations. The fibrinolytic activity was assessed by D-dimer (DD), confocal microscopy, and clot weight. (a) In vitro changes in blood coagulation factor XII activity in human plasma by silica particles of various sizes.

The initial rate of reaction of coagulation factor XII was obtained from human plasma, which was obtained from a control sample of human plasma, which did not contain any silica particles, and was measured by fluorescence intensity.