antiplasmin
A substance that inhibits or prevents the effects of plasmin; found in plasma and some tissues, especially the spleen and liver. SYN: antifibrinolysin.

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an·ti·plas·min -'plaz-mən n a substance (as an antifibrinolysin) that inhibits the action of plasmin

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an·ti·plas·min (an″te-) (an″ti-plazґmin) a substance in the blood that inhibits plasmin.

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