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Thrombin is the active form of hemocoagulation factor II. It is formed by the activation of prothrombin in the presence of prothrombin activator , which is a complex of substances formed by activated coagulation factors V and X, calcium ions and phospholipids.

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ŠVÍGLEROVA, Jitka. Thrombin  [online]. Last revision 2009-02-18, [cit. 2010-11-13]

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