Factor VIII structure
This animation illustrates factor VIII, a protein that is essential for the clotting of blood, it is also known as anti-haemophilic factor (AHF). A mutation in the gene coding for factor VIII is the cause of haemophilia A. Factor VIII circulates in the blood in its inactive form, a complex with a von Willebrand factor, activating only in response to an injury.
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