Factor-VII-Intron-7-Tandem-repeat-(VNTR-) Polymorphismus bei vaskulären Erkrankungen

  • J. Frank
  • M. Spannagl
  • W. Schramm
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Zusammenfassung

Dem Faktor VII des Gerinnungssystems wird eine Schlüsselstellung für Initiierung und Regulierung der Gerinnungskaskade zugesprochen. Zudem gilt er als unabhängiger Risikofaktor für kardiovaskuläre Erkrankungen.

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  • J. Frank
  • M. Spannagl
  • W. Schramm

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