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Pathobiochemistry of Sepsis

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Pathobiochemistry of Sepsis: Role of Proteinases, Proteinase Inhibitors and Oxidizing Agents. Behring Institute Mitteilungen Behring Institute Research Communications Recent Developments in Coagulation and Fibrinolysis Biochemical, Diagnostical, and Therapeutical Aspects No. 79 • February 1986 Behring Institute Mitteilungen Behring Institute Research Communications Behring Institute Mitteilungen repre- sents the scientific journal of the Behring Institutes. It is the aim of the journal and its editors to publish selected manuscripts on original observations of certain topics in laboratory and clinical research in the fields of immunology, virology and protein chemistry. At given occasions, distinct issues of the journal will contain the (published) proceedings of scientific meetings, workshops or symposia, aspir- ed, initiated, organized or sponsored by Behringwerke AG. Manuscripts with original data and reviews to be published in Behring-lnstituteMitteilungen should not have been published previously ex- cept as abstracts or preliminary commu- nications and should have been sub- mitted exclusively to the journal. Editors in Chief: F. R. Seiler H. G. Schwick Address: Behringwerke AG D-3550 Marburg-1 Postfach 11 40 W. Germany Managing Editors of this Issue: H. E. Karges U. Becker Publisher ©: Die Medizinische Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Address: D-3550 Marburg-1 Postfach 1732 Printed by: Eukerdruck Marburg Editions: Behring Institute Mitteilungen is usually published two times per year. Price: Variable according to volume of each issue at a minimum of US $ 7 plus postage and handling. Orders: Should be addressed to the publisher. Contents Pas Page I. Biochemical and Clinical Fundamentals K. L E C H N E R , I . PABINGER- F A S C H I N G , C. K O R N I N G E R , H . NIESSNER Increased Risk of Thrombosis due to Abnormalities of the Hemostatic System 1 F. D U C K E R T Heparin Cofactor I I and other Coagula

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