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Term:blood coagulation, common pathway
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Accession:GO:0072377 term browser browse the term
Definition:A protein activation cascade that contributes to blood coagulation and consists of events leading from the formation of activated factor X to the formation of active thrombin, the cleavage of fibrinogen by thrombin, and the formation of cleaved fibrin into a stable multimeric, cross-linked complex.
Comment:See also the biological process term 'blood coagulation, intrinsic pathway ; GO:0007597'.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Fga fibrinogen alpha chain JBrowse link 2 181,997,562 182,013,726 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115

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  biological_process 19317
    response to stimulus 10411
      protein activation cascade 13
        blood coagulation, common pathway 1
          negative regulation of blood coagulation, common pathway 0
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  biological_process 19317
    response to stimulus 10411
      response to stress 3957
        response to wounding 641
          wound healing 462
            blood coagulation 163
              blood coagulation, fibrin clot formation 9
                blood coagulation, common pathway 1
                  negative regulation of blood coagulation, common pathway 0
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