Topic: Body Transport System Subtopic: What is blood?
What is job of fibrinogen?
Answer: Fibrinogen is a blood protein which convert into fibrin to heal wounds. Fibrin sticks to the wound in threads forming a net. Red blood cells passing through this net get stuck in the net making a clot of blood. This clot drops off when the wound is totally healed.
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