Can Nattokinase Prevent Clotting In Vivo?


Nattokinase has been shown to prevent the formation of clots in vitro, that means in a test-tube.  However, the question remained, can it do the same thing in vivo (inside a living organism).

In an article in Acta Haematologica, Japanese researchers from the Nagasaki International University injected nattokinase into the tails of rats and found that it exhibited significant anti-clotting effects.

They concluded that nattokinase does have anti-thromobtic effects inside the living organism.

Source:

In vivo evaluation method of the effect of nattokinase on carrageenan-induced tail thrombosis in a rat model.

Kamiya S, Hagimori M, Ogasawara M, Arakawa M.

Acta Haematol. 2010;124(4):218-24. Epub 2010 Nov 13.

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