08/29 - RGD announces the release of the Blood Coagulation and Regulation Pathway Suite

Blood Coagulation and Regulation Pathway Suite


Coagulation, anticoagulant systems and fibrinolysis pathways coordinate to maintain proper hemostasis. Major coagulation and several anticoagulation components are vitamin K-dependent proteins (VKD). The vitamin K-dependent posttranslational modification oxidizes the vitamin cofactor which is then cycled back to its reduced form. Drugs that antagonize the cycle, such as the widely-used warfarin. act as anticoagulants. Click here to explore the details of pathways involved in blood coagulation and its regulation.