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Characterization of plasminogen activators in unstimulated and stimulated human whole saliva

Journal of Dental Research

Jun 1, 1987

S Sindet-PedersenJ Jespersen

PMID: 3114346

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Abstract

The fibrinolytic activity of saliva from healthy males was studied on plasminogen-free and plasminogen-rich fibrin plates. A cell-bound plasminogen activator in human unstimulated and stimulated whole saliva was demonstrated. The assessed fibrinolytic activities could always be quenched...read more

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PLAU gene
Entire Oral Cavity
Fibrin Measurement
Plasminogen Measurement
Impaired Wound Healing
Specialty of Oral Surgery
Extrinsic Plasminogen Activators
Saliva - SpecimenType
Plasminogen
Gastroschisis
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Characterization of plasminogen activators in unstimulated and stimulated human whole saliva

Journal of Dental Research

Jun 1, 1987

S Sindet-PedersenJ Jespersen

PMID: 3114346

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Abstract

The fibrinolytic activity of saliva from healthy males was studied on plasminogen-free and plasminogen-rich fibrin plates. A cell-bound plasminogen activator in human unstimulated and stimulated whole saliva was demonstrated. The assessed fibrinolytic activities could always be quenched...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

PLAU gene
Entire Oral Cavity
Fibrin Measurement
Plasminogen Measurement
Impaired Wound Healing
Specialty of Oral Surgery
Extrinsic Plasminogen Activators
Saliva - SpecimenType
Plasminogen
Gastroschisis

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