Table 4: Functions of lumbrokinase.

(i) Dissolve clots and protect against ischemic heart disease and stroke.
(ii) Lower fibrinogen levels in cancer patients, which is strongly associated in scientific studies with better outcomes, less metastasis, and slower growth of tumors.
(iii) Dissolve bacterial biofilms present in chronic infections in conditions like autism and lyme disease allowing antimicrobials to work effectively.
(iv) Offer antiplatelet, antithrombotic, and antiapoptotic activity, remarkably regulating hypercoagulations.

Adapted from a table from reference as adopted by Cooper [47].