fibrinolysin vs plasmin what difference

what is difference between fibrinolysin and plasmin

English

Noun

fibrinolysin (plural fibrinolysins)

  1. (biochemistry) An enzyme derived from plasma of bovine origin, or extracted from cultures of certain bacteria, that attacks and inactivates fibrin.


English

Etymology

plasma +‎ -in

Noun

plasmin (countable and uncountable, plural plasmins)

  1. (biochemistry) A proteolytic enzyme that dissolves the fibrin in blood clots.

Derived terms

  • antiplasmin
  • microplasmin
  • plasminemia
  • plasminogen
  • plasminogenesis

Translations

See also

  • fibrinolysis

Anagrams

  • Lipmans, Spilman, misplan, planism

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