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Tenase



The tenase complex is formed by the activated forms of the blood coagulation factors factor VIII and factor IX. It forms on a phospholipid surface in the presence of calcium and is responsible for the activation of factor X.

Additional recommended knowledge

Tenase" is a contraction of "ten" and the suffix "-ase" used for enzymes

 
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