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A dimer is a chemical or biological entity consisting of two structurally similar subunits called monomers, which are held together by either intramolecular forces or weaker intermolecular forces.
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D-dimer is a fibrin degradation product, a small protein fragment present in the blood after a blood clot is degraded by fibrinolysis.
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Explains how D-dimer is used; when D-dimer is used; what the results of D-dimer might mean ... Related Tests: Fibrin Degradation Products (FDP); Prothrombin ...
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Why get the D-dimer test, which tests for thrombotic diseases and conditions; when to get D-dimer for thrombotic diseases and conditions
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The d-Dimer test, which is used to rule out blood clots, is explained in this ClotCare posting. ... If you have a negative (normal) d-Dimer result, that nearly ...
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D-dimer D-dimer is a fibrin degradation product , a small protein fragment ... Why does benzoic acid form a dimer in benzene and not in water? Read answer...
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dimer n. A molecule consisting of two identical simpler molecules. ... How many small molecules are joined to form a dimer? Read answer...
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If left untreated, deep venous thrombosis is a serious medical condition that ... AACC > Publications > Clinical Laboratory News > 2009 > April ...
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Thrombin converts fibrinogen into soluble fibrin monomer. ... Thrombin also activates factor XIII, which in the presence of calcium, ...
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Dimerings - Graffiti, illustration and graphics design of Yannis Michelakis aka Dimer ... is the online portfolio of Dimer, freelance graphics and web designer, ...
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Discussion: Comparing the diagnostic performance of the immunoturbidmetric D-dimer assay with the ISTH scoring system by identifying a prospective cutoff that ...
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The dimer method is designed to deal with this problem by searching for saddle ... The MODECAR file contains the initial direction along the dimer. ...
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Just thought that you should get the word out that there is a recent blood test ... Basically, it has been found that all acute aortic dissections thus far checked ...
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dimer is a complex variety of cross-linked fibrin derivatives and not a single molecule. ... dimer cutoff of 500 ng FEU/mL have ... dimer molecules. ...
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Dimer - Definition of Dimer at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... Sucrose is a dimer composed of the monomers glucose and fructose. ...
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Immunologic tests for d-dimer are generally use immunoassays such as enzyme ... Immunoassays tend to be more sensitive while agglutination tests (such as the ...
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C-Reactive Protein as Cardiac Risk Factor. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. Fibrinogen ... Used in conjunction with non-invasive studies. Reduces the need for ...
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