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Role of factor IX in blood coagulation

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Factor IX is activated to IXa by the action of activated factor XI - factor XIa.

It goes on to activate factor X to Xa in the presence of phospholipid, calcium and factor VIIIa.

Deficiency of factor IX can lead to haemophilia B.

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