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I think they're talking specifically about the fibrinogen to fibrin mechanic, so it would be specifically looking for coagulase.
 

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Why couldn't D) also be an answer choice here? Don't most microorganisms also contain endonuclease for alterations to DNA / DNA repair? @orgoman22
You are correct, microorganisms do produce Endonucleases. However, the question specifically referred to the process of converting Fibrinogen to Fibrin. Endonucleases do not perform this finction.

Hope this helps.
 
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