Oslo, Norway: J. Chr. Gundersen Boktrykkeri, 1947. 1st Edition. Acta Medica Scandinavica Supplementum. CXCIV (194). 8vo (23.8 cm x 15.8 cm). Lg paper copy, uncut and unopened. Original printed stiff, cream paper wrappers with red and black ink printing on front cover, black printing on spine. Minor soling on covers, more so on rear cover where there is evidence of slight damp staining at tail corner facing text block. Internal condition near fine. Collation: , 6-327, [1-Bl.] This is full account of discovery of Factor V involved in blood clotting
following preliminary account in Proc. Norwegian Acad. Sci. 1941,17 21. Item #0000854
Factor V (pronounced factor five) is a protein of the coagulation
system, rarely referred to as proaccelerin or labile factor. In contrast to most other coagulation factors, it is not enzymatically active but functions as a
cofactor. Deficiency leads to predisposition for hemorrhage, while some mutations (most notably factor V Leiden) predispose for thrombosis.” (Wikipedia). (Garrison & Morton, 912.5).