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Fibrin is essential for blood clot contraction. Fibrin, this insoluble protein is produced in response to bleeding and is the major component of the blood clot. It is a thread-like non-globular protein formed by platelets during clot formation (Clot Formation: Fibrinogen forms an insoluble mesh of fibrin that traps RBCs and platelets)

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