factor I (fibrinogen), factor II (prothrombin), factor III (tissue thromboplastin), factor IV (calcium), factor V (proaccelerin), factor VI (no longer considered active in hemostasis), factor VII (factor-vii), factor VIII (antihemophilicfactor), factor IX (plasma thromboplastincomponent; Christmas factor), factor X (stuart-factor-stuart-prower-factor), factor XI (plasma thromboplastinantecedent), factor XII (factor-xii), factor XIII (fibrin stabilizing factor).
The factors of 13 are: 1, 13 The factors of 26 are: 1, 2, 13, 26
The common factors of 13 and 39 are: 1 and 13
The factors of 13 are 1 and 13. The factors of 2 are 1 and 2. Both 13 and 2 are prime numbers.
Since 13 is a factor of 39, all of its factors are common.
The factors of 91 are:1, 7, 13, 91The factors of 156 are:1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 26, 39, 52, 78, 156The common factors are:1, 13
thorton jean will bill mark Andy and ellathrombin,prothrombin,fibrin and fibrinogen and platelets are clotting factors.
Because blood has clotting factors- these clotting factors help to prevent further bleeding
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Clotting factors, such as genetics and certain diseases may change the time a person bleeds from a cut or wound.
The liver. This is why liver failure simultaneously leads to bleeding and clotting disorders.
Liver is responsible for the production of the clotting factors. Liver is the main organ of metabolism.
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