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Fibrinolytic activator activity in human neoplasms


, : Fibrinolytic activator activity in human neoplasms. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 61(2): 241-249

The results of this study suggest that many malignant tumors contain low levels of fibrinolytic activator activity. Evidence is presented to suggest that this low activity may be due to the presence of an inhibitor of fibrinolysis. The presence or absence of measurable fibrinolytic activator activity, and/or inhibitor in neoplastic growths may enable one to predict the probability of viable metastases to a distant site.

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