Definition of Thrombokinases

1. thrombokinase [n] - See also: thrombokinase



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thrombokinases

thromboendarterectomy
thromboendarteriectomy
thromboendo-arterectomy
thromboendoarterectomy
thromboendoarteriectomy
thromboendoarterioectomy
thromboendocarditis
thrombogen
thrombogene
thrombogenesis
thrombogenic
thrombogenicity
thromboid
thrombokatilysin
thrombokinase
thrombokinases (current term)
thrombolectin
thrombolic
thrombolite
thrombolites
thrombolus
thrombolymphangitis
thrombolysis
thrombolytic
thrombolytic agent
thrombolytic medication
thrombolytic therapy
thrombomodulin
thrombon
thrombonecrosis

Literary usage of Thrombokinases

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1. Thyroid and Thymus by André Crotti (1922)
"VA Lapenta and composed principally of prothrombin, antithrombin, and thrombokinases in physiologically balanced solution. ..."

2. Physiology and Biochemistry in Modern Medicine by John James Rickard Macleod (1922)
"... 8.15 of touch, 861 Thrombin, 103 Thrombogen, 107 thrombokinases, 107 Thromboplastin, 107, 112 Thrombosis, 108 Thrombus formation, 113 Thymic acid, ..."

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