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Besonderheiten der Plasminogenaktivierung von Neugeborenen mit und ohne oxidative Inaktivierung von α2-Antiplasmin

  • M. Ries
  • M. Zenker
  • J. Klinge
  • R. Rauch
  • H. Keuper
  • D. Harms
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Zusammenfassung

Die Plasminogenkonzentration und die funktionelle Aktivität sind bei Neugeborenen im Vergleich zu Erwachsenen um ca. 50% vermindert [1–5].

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  • M. Ries
  • M. Zenker
  • J. Klinge
  • R. Rauch
  • H. Keuper
  • D. Harms

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