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How could Embalmers Clots form Pre-Mortem

Exploring the science with Prof Resia Pretorius and Dr Robin Rose

What could be the scientific explanation for these observations of clots with embalmers and also in catheter labs?

Professor Resia Pretorius is a Physiologist, distinguished professor and Chair in the Department of Physiological Sciences, Stellenbosch University, South Africa. She studies cells and proteins in the coagulation system, including platelets, erythrocytes and the coagulation plasma protein, fibrin(ogen). She also studies inflammatory biomarkers, including those that have a viral and bacterial origin, that might impact on the coagulation system.

Dr. Robin Rose (Terrain Health), a board-certified specialist in gastroenterology and internal medicine. Focused on microclots in long covid patients.

Kell, Douglas B., Gert Jacobus Laubscher, and Etheresia Pretorius. "A central role for amyloid fibrin microclots in long COVID/PASC: origins and therapeutic implications." Biochemical Journal 479.4 (2022): 537-559.

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