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Thrombosis and Haemostasis Vth Congress
Six hundred and sixty specimens of thoracic, abdominal aortas, cerebral, carotid, vertebral, pulmonary, coronary, kidney and mesenteric arteries from 110 fresh cadavers were examined for their plasminogen activator content by means of the histochemical method of Todd. The plasminogen activator in pulmonary arteries, kidney and splenic arteries obtained during surgery was estimated. Differences between the fibrinolytic activities, generally found in the adventitia, are given.Intact arterialdoi:10.1055/s-0039-1689471 fatcat:is6epwx7vrcsdkgqxwnidrkipu