If fibrin is present, false membranes form on the surface and the membrane itself appears to be greatly thickened.
Clotting; in the blood, the result of fibrinogen changing to fibrin.
Pus consists of a serum containing little or no fibrin and large numbers of leucocytes.
The question, then, arises, Will the chemical constitution of fibrin permit its conversion into oil?
The blood, if carefully freed from all fibrin, is yet again brought to coagulation by a small amount of this body.
In a few places only was the peritoneal surface coated with fibrin, and the intestines were mostly free from adhesions.
The coagulating enzymes, such as thrombin or thrombase (the fibrin ferment) and rennin, which causes the clotting of milk.
During the time that the parts are united only by the fibrin from the blood, any violence must tend to produce the same effect.
This coagulated mass is composed of fibrin, and red globulated matter.
The disintegrated corpuscles and the fibrin which is produced, shew an intense red stain.
fibrin fi·brin (fī'brĭn)
An elastic, insoluble, whitish protein derived from fibrinogen by the action of thrombin and forming an interlacing fibrous network in the coagulation of blood.