Scientists find molecular mechanism behind blood clotting

06/8/2009 | BBC

U.S. researchers said they identified a molecular sensor that controls the size of the von Willebrand factor blood-clotting protein, which regulates the balance between hemorrhage and the clotting of blood. The study could pave the way for additional therapies for blood disorders, U.K. experts said.

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