Haemagglutionation test detect the presence of viral particles and can see visibly and macroscopically. This test does not distinguish between the viral particles which are infectious and these particles are degraded and no longer and capable to infect the cells.
The antibody titer is a test that detects the presence and measures the amount of antibodies within a person’s blood.
If your doctor confirms that you have a low red blood cell count, the Coombs test is one of the blood tests that your doctor may order to help determine what type of anemia you have.
Factor XIII is a zymogen found in the blood of humans and other animals. It is activated by thrombin to factor XIIIa. XIIIa is an enzyme in the blood clotting system that crosslinks fibrin.
Factor XII initiates the intrinsic coagulation cascade and is linked to the fibrinolytic, kallikrein-kinin, and complementary systems.
Factor XI deficiency is a rare genetic bleeding disorder caused by reduced levels and insufficient activity of a blood protein called factor XI. Factor XI is a clotting factor.
Factor X plays a role in blood clotting, also called coagulation, which helps you stop bleeding. Known as clotting factors, several crucial proteins, including factor X, are involved in helping the blood to clot.
Factor IX is a protein naturally produced in the body. It helps the blood form clots to stop bleeding. Factor IX injections are used to treat hemophilia B, which is sometimes called Christmas disease.
Factor VIII (FVIII) is an essential protein for blood clotting, also known as antihemophilic factor (AHF). In humans, factor VIII is encoded by the F8 gene.
Factor VII deficiency is a blood clotting disorder that causes excessive or prolonged bleeding after injury or surgery.