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Recombinant Coagulation Factor IX is a glycoprotein produced through recombinant DNA technology. It is used for the control of bleeding episodes in patients with congenital factor IX deficiency or Hemophilia B. It is also used for management of postoperative bleeding, as well as prophylaxis to curtail the frequency of bleeding episodes. Recombinant products are made in the laboratory and they are a safer option than plasma-derived products as it rules out the possibility of contracting blood-borne diseases.