Plasminogen

  • I. Scharrer
  • B. Pötzsch

Zusammenfassung

Die als Fibrinolyse bezeichnete proteolytische Spaltung des gebildeten Fibrins durch das Enzym Plasmin stellt einen wichtigen Regulationsmechanismus des Hämostasesystems dar, da auf diese Weise die intravasale Fibrinbildung auf den Bereich der verletzten Gefäßwand begrenzt wird. Gleichzeitig verhindert die fibringekoppelte Aktivierung des Plasminogen-Plasmin-Systems eine systemische Fibrinolyseaktivierung.

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