fibrillogenesis fi·bril·lo·gen·e·sis (fī’brə-lō-jěn’ĭ-sĭs, fĭb’rə-, fī-brĭl’ō-)
The development of fine fibrils normally present in collagen fibers of connective tissue.
[fahy-brin] /ˈfaɪ brɪn/ noun 1. the insoluble protein end product of blood coagulation, formed from fibrinogen by the action of thrombin in the presence of calcium ions. 2. Botany. a fibrinlike substance found in some plants; gluten. /ˈfɪbrɪn/ noun 1. a white insoluble elastic protein formed from fibrinogen when blood clots: forms a network that […]
fibrinase fi·brin·ase (fī’brə-nās’, -nāz’) n.
- Fibrin calculus
fibrin calculus n. A urinary calculus formed primarily from blood fibrinogen.
1. a combining form representing fibrin, in compound words: fibrinolysis. fibrino- pref. Fibrin: fibrinocellular.