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Antithrombin III: The antithrombin III test is a blood test that detects the activity and abundance of antithrombin III, which inhibits the serine protease required for coagulation; as such, an antithrombin III deficiency can lead to excessive thrombosis (blood clotting).
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Antithrombin III : blood glycoprotein which inhibits thrombin and other blood coagulation factors; important to maintenance of normal blood fluidity.
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