Antithrombin is a glycoprotein of the serpin family, synthesized by the liver with a half-life of 3 days. It is the most powerful of the physiological coagulation inhibitors.
It mainly inhibits thrombin but also at a lower level FIXa, FXa, FXIa. Its inhibitory action is amplified in the presence of heparin or heparan sulphate.
Packaging in plastic cryotubes or in bottles of at least 100 mL.
Frozen, immuno-depleted plasmas are certified to have less than 1% for the deficient factor considered, both for the antigenic and functional assay in haemostasis.
This box is intended for research use
- No bovine additives
- No reconstitution error
- No plasma alteration linked to freeze-drying
- Cryotubes ready to use after thawing (4 min at 37°C).
- 10 cryotubes x 1 mL or 100 mL vial of frozen plasma.