Prothrombin

Prothrombin is the vitamin K-dependent zymogen of thrombin. As a single chain protein (Mr 72,000) it contains 10 Gla residues, 2 kringle domains and three N-linked carbohydrate units. Prothrombin is activated to thrombin by the prothrombinase complex consisting of enzyme factor Xa, cofactor factor Va, phospholipid and Ca2+.

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  • GMA-084 IgG1 Human prothrombin and prethrombin 1, and fragment 1.2 Does not blot View Add To Cart
  • GMA-091 IgG2a Human prothrombin, prethrombin 1, fragment 1.2, and fragment 2 Human prothrombin, prethrombin 1, fragment 1.2, and fragment 2 View Add To Cart
  • GMA-092 IgG1 Human prothrombin and fragment 1.2. Does not blot View Add To Cart
  • GMA-095 Prethrombin-1 (residues 272-579 of prothrombin) IgG1 prothrombin prethrombin-1 View Add To Cart
  • GMA-096 IgG2a Human prothrombin, fragment 1.2, and fragment 2 Human prothrombin (~72 kD) and fragment 1.2 (~37 kD) View Add To Cart
  • GMA-097 IgG2b Human prothrombin, prethrombin 1, prethrombin 2, fragment 1.2, and fragment 2 Human prothrombin (~72 kD), prethrombin 1 (~50kD), and prethrombin 2 (~35kD) View Add To Cart
  • GMA-098 IgG1 Human prothrombin, prethrombin 1, fragment 1.2, and fragment 2 Does not blot View Add To Cart