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Prothrombin is a special type of glycoprotein present in the blood it helps in coagulation of blood i.e. clotting of blood prothrombin is mainly synthesized in the liver in the presence of vitamin k which is essential component of blood prothrombin is chemically in active it is converted into thrombin which acts as precursor of prothrombin and is chemically active.
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