In 2006, the researchers of the University of Leuven in Belgium , a study in the journal Blood looking donated lung tissue. Researchers fluid passed through the tissue and found in the lung.ee of the four lung samples studied, the level of factor VIII,. Liquid after the. Through the lung also put evidence that some lung blood vessels could produce factor VIII in cell culture.
In recent research, it was assumed that most of the factor VIII is produced by the liver. The area of all for patients with haemophilia have included replacing liver cells, for example, by grafting. Claire Shovlin, the lead author of of the study from the National Heart and Lung Institute at Imperial College London, said: Our study suggests that the blood vessels in the lungs play a vital role in changing how blood clots form is the body it has a. Continue reading “The researchers of the University of Leuven in Belgium.”