Definition of Stable factor

1. Noun. A coagulation factor formed in the kidney under the influence of vitamin K.




Medical Definition of Stable factor

1. Heat- and storage-stable plasma protein that is activated by tissue thromboplastin to form factor viia in the extrinsic pathway of blood coagulation. The activated form then catalyses the activation of factor x to factor xa. Chemical name: Blood-coagulation factor VII (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stable Factor

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Literary usage of Stable factor

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1. An Introduction to Ethics by John Clark Murray (1891)
"The more general influences are found in the stable factor of sex, and the variable factor of age. Here it need only be observed that the influence of these ..."

2. An Introduction to Ethics by John Clark Murray (1891)
"The more general influences are found in the stable factor of sex, and the variable factor of age ... To take the more stable factor by way of illustration, ..."

3. Free Trade in Capital: Or, Free Competition in the Supply of Capital to by Alfred Egmont Hake, O. E. Wesslau (1890)
"Far from being a stable factor, the quantity of work to be done is one which varies most sensitively with the conditions under which it is accomplished. ..."

4. Thought and Things: A Study of the Development and Meaning of Thought, Or by James Mark Baldwin (1906)
"The stable factor has been all along the light and contact; the sense organs of sight and touch have become of necessity about as fixed in function, ..."

5. Infection and Resistance: An Exposition of the Biological Phenomena by Hans Zinsser, Stewart Woodford Young (1914)
"The specificity of the phenomenon again was seen to reside entirely in the heat-stable factor, the heat-sensitive or "alexin" factor being non-specific, ..."

6. Infection and Resistance: An Exposition of the Biological Phenomena by Hans Zinsser, Stewart Woodford Young (1914)
"The specificity of the phenomenon again was seen to reside entirely in the heat-stable factor, the heat-sensitive or ''alexin" factor being non-specific, ..."

7. Infection and Resistance: An Exposition of the Biological Phenomena by Hans Zinsser (1918)
"... -stable factor, the heat-sensitive or "alexin" factor being non-specific, and not increased during the process of immunization. ..."

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