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The fibrinolytics are a class of pharmaceuticals that act as thrombolytics by activating plasminogen[?] to form plasmin[?]. Activated plasmin degrades fibrin and so breaks up thrombi. The fibrinolytics are used in thrombolytic therapy of myocardial infarct and pulmonary embolisation[?].
The most important fibrinolytics are :

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