Medical Dictionary

factor XIII

noun \-ˌthər(t)-ˈtēn, -ˈthər(t)-\

Medical Definition of FACTOR XIII

:  a clotting factor that causes monomeric fibrin to polymerize and become stable and insoluble—called also fibrinase; see transglutaminase


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