Fibrinogen is a soluble protein synthesized by the liver, 340 kDa in size and circulating at a concentration of 2.6 to 3 mg/mL. It is a dimer linked by disulphide bridges composed of 3 pairs of non-identical polypeptide chains. Under the action of thrombin, fibrinogen is converted into fibrin. In association with FXIII, calcium ions, fibrin forms a stable network which ensures coagulation.
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.