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.

Answers distribution

fibrinogen
fibrin
myosin
pepsin
answers
flagIndia
92%
8%
0%
0%
25
flagGreece
86%
6%
0%
6%
15
flagRepublic of Ireland
68%
9%
18%
4%
22
flagthe United Arab Emirates
60%
10%
10%
20%
10
flagthe Netherlands
56%
24%
4%
16%
25
flagthe United States
52%
19%
14%
14%
21
flagGermany
46%
26%
17%
9%
41
flagPoland
38%
28%
11%
20%
3763
flagthe United Kingdom
33%
32%
9%
24%
62
flagUnknown
27%
33%
15%
22%
709
flagSweden
20%
30%
30%
20%
10

Gender

men31%
women48%
fibrinogen
31%
48%
fibrin
32%
27%
myosin
13%
7%
pepsin
22%
16%

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