Activated protein C resistance (FV Leiden) and thrombosis: factor V mutations causing hypercoagulable states.
What does APCR stand for?
APCR stands for Activated Protein C Resistance
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We have 14 other meanings of APCR in our Acronym Attic
- Asia Pacific Crop Protection Association
- Asia Partnership Conference of Pharmaceutical Associations (Japan)
- Association of Practicing Certified Public Accountants (Rockville, MD)
- Andhra Pradesh Central Power Distribution Company Limited (India)
- Aravali Power Company Private Limited (India)
- Association of Professional Community Planners of Saskatchewan
- Asia Pacific Conference on Plasma Science and Technology
- Alliance des Professionnels Cambodgiens du Québec (French: Quebec Cambodian Professionals Alliance; Quebec, Canada)
- Association de Paralysie Cérébrale du Québec
- Activate PDP (Packet Data Protocol) Context Request
- Air Pollution Control Residue
- Analysis, Prompting, Checking, and Reporting
- Anchored Polymerase Chain Reaction (genetics)
- Armor Piercing Composite Rigid
- Association de la Presse Catholique Régionale (French: Regional Catholic Press Association)
- Association Pêche Côtière du Roussillon (French: Coastal Fisheries Association of Roussillon; Roussillon, France)
- Association pour la Catéchèse en Rural (French: Association for Rural Catechism)
- Asymmetric Polymerase Chain Reaction (hematology)
- Australian Petroleum Cooperative Research Centre
- Australian Photonics Cooperative Research Centre (est. 1992; Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
ACTIVATED PROTEIN C RESISTANCE AND FACTOR V LEIDEN The Protein C/Protein S Anticoagulation Pathway The pathway to inhibit fibrin formation by degrading selected coagulation factors is as complex as the cascade leading to the conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin (Figure 1).
Activated protein C resistance as an additional risk factor for thrombosis in protein C deficient families.