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 (ăn′tē-kō-ăg′yə-lənt, ăn′tī-)
A substance that slows or prevents the clotting of blood.
Acting as an anticoagulant.

an′ti·co·ag′u·la′tive (-lā′tĭv, -lə-tĭv) adj.
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Adj.1.anticoagulative - of or relating to an anticoagulantanticoagulative - of or relating to an anticoagulant  
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(22) A study conducted by Popovic et al showed that G-90 glycoproteins had antimicrobial properties where 10 mg / mL concentrations were able to inhibit the growth of facultative pathogenic bacteria such as S.enteritidis, S.aureus, and S.pyogenes also exerts anticoagulative and fibrinolytic activities.
cupressoides SPs was referred to as an anticoagulative response (Figure 3), the investigation of their anticoagulant dynamics employing in vitro TG assay seemed to be of practical use because in vivo models of thrombosis in experimental animals are always a laborious methodology (Pomin & Mourao, 2008; Pomin, 2012; Mourao, 2015).
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