I was reading about the factors that keep the blood inside the body in fluid state and came across a line in my book which states that, "Smoothness of the endothelium, its negative charge and its normal health are among the important factors"

Does the vascular endothelium have negative charge on it, and if it does, how does it prevent coagulation of blood or keep it in fluid state?



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