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|Molar mass||842.615 g·mol−1|
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Tetragalacturonic acid hydroxymethylester is a local antihemorrhagic. It is derived from apple pectin. It is not used clinically, but research in the 1970s suggests that pectin and analogues may inhibit fibrinolysis in vitro.
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