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Factor II or Prothrombin

Hypercoagulation is known as Prothrombin 20210 Defect. The 20210 indicates where the genetic defect is located. Confirmation of this problem is done by PCR.

This is the dominant defect in our family. High cholesterol levels seem to be associated for us. 2/3 have gone into full remission of symptoms. :-)

  • Recognized as an illness in 1996


  • changes prothrombin into its active form, thrombin, which then accelerates the formation of fibrin .





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