Alteplase, tPA

Category: Blood Clotting (Hemostasis)



Alteplase, tPA Overview

1A5H, 1BDA, 1PK2, 1PML, 1RTF, 1TPG, 1TPK, 1TPM, 1TPN, 5BRRIdentifiersAliasesPLAT, T-PA, TPA, plasminogen activator, tissue typeExternal IDsOMIM: 173370 MGI: 97610 HomoloGene: 717 GeneCards: PLAT Gene location (Human)Chr.Chromosome 8 (human)[1]Band8p11.21Start42,175,233 bp[1]End42,207,724 bp[1]Gene location (Mouse)Chr.Chromosome 8 (mouse)[2]Band8 A2|8 11.42 cMStart22,757,727 bp[2]End22,782,844 bp[2...

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Alteplase, tPA
  • Injection: 100mg, 2mg, 50mg
  • Vial: 100mg/vial, 2mg/vial, 50mg/vial
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