Which protein causes blood to clot?

fibrinogen
fibrin
myosin
pepsin
In order to reduce the loss of blood and facilitate the recovery of the blood vessel at the site of the injury, a blood clot is formed. It is made up of platelets and dissolved plasma protein-fibrogen. By the substance released by the blood-thrombin plate, fibrogen changes into fibrin, which creates a dense network at the site of injury.
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fibrinogen
fibrin
myosin
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flagPakistan
69%
20%
3%
5%
86
flagNigeria
63%
9%
9%
16%
61
flagIndia
58%
24%
8%
7%
514
flagAustralia
56%
12%
11%
19%
62
flagthe Netherlands
54%
33%
12%
0%
24
flagUnknown
53%
26%
13%
6%
30
flagGhana
52%
30%
4%
8%
23
flagSwitzerland
50%
37%
3%
9%
32
flagRepublic of Ireland
48%
26%
17%
4%
45
flagMalaysia
48%
29%
12%
3%
31
flagGermany
44%
38%
8%
7%
334
flagPoland
43%
28%
9%
17%
10517
flagAustria
42%
36%
13%
7%
66
flagGreece
41%
37%
4%
16%
24
flagthe United Kingdom
40%
27%
13%
18%
214
flagthe Philippines
37%
29%
15%
17%
58
flagItaly
37%
25%
18%
18%
16
flagthe United States
35%
33%
15%
16%
375
flagCanada
28%
37%
20%
13%
59
flagBelgium
28%
42%
7%
21%
14