Immobilized tranexamic acid ?

Andreas Boesmann Andreas.BoesmannNOS at post.rwth-aachen.de
Thu Dec 11 11:17:43 EST 1997


Can epsilon-caproic acid, tranexamic acid or the like be
immobilized on a surface and still be anti-fibrinolytic ?
Or is it necessary that the molecule is solved to form the
complex with the plasmin ?
Can anybody hint me to articles regarding the mechanism of
anti-fibrinolysis ?

thanks in advance
  Andreas

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