Fibrinogen is blood protein that is involved in clotting and is converted to fibrin by thrombin. It consists of three non-identical pairs of disulfidebonded chains. The a-chain has an approximate molecular weight of 63.5 kDa, the b-chain 56 kDa, and the g-chain 47 kDa.
- Molecular weight: 340kDa
Cell Biology and Analysis, Molecular biology
|Cell Biology and Analysis, Molecular Biology|
|Fibrinogen from Bovine Plasma|