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Fibrin : insoluble protein that forms a network of fibers during blood clotting; derived from fibrinogen in the presence of thrombin.
Fibrin: Fibrin is a fibrous protein that plays a vital role in blood clotting. At the site of a bleeding wound, fibrin interacts with platelets and clotting factors to form a mesh or net-like structure that hardens and stops bleeding.
Conditions that can afflict fibrin include hypofibrinogenaemia and dysfibrinogenemias.
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