klenchin at facstaff.REMOVE_TO_REPLY.wisc.edu
Mon Dec 27 16:03:01 EST 1999
:Hello, can anybody tell me where i can get info for a non medical educated
:person abouth protein-s. I resently got info that i and my family have this
:lack of protei-s, would be grateful for help and advice in thise matter:
For a serous medical advice you really should seek a good doctor.
Some basic info can be found in your nearest medical library (any
university has one). Here is the utterly non-medical and non-professional
info: Protein S helps to inactivate activated coagulation factors (factor
V, AFAIR?). Given this, I imagine the deficiency in Protein S will lead to
an increased risk of thrombosis-related heart deseases and strokes.
More information about the Proteins