ROLE OF ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE IN THE AGGREGATION OF HUMAN BLOOD-PLATELETS BY THROMBIN AND BY FATTY ACIDS
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Further observations on platelet aggregation induced by adenosine diphosphate thrombin and tri-ethyl tin
Adverse changes in fibrinolysis, blood coagulation and platelet function in high altitude pulmonary oedema and their role in its pathogenesis
Contribution of ADP to the amplification of primary platelet aggregation by platelet activating factor (PAF): modulatory role of aspirin
Effects of ketanserin, a selective 5-HT2 serotonergic antagonist, on the secondary recruitment of human platelets in vitro
1-O-alkyl-linked phosphoglycerides of human platelets: distribution of arachidonate and other acyl residues in the ether-linked and diacyl species
Heat production by leucocytes and thrombocytes measured with a flow microcalorimeter in normal man and during thyroid dysfunction
Platelet lipids. II. In vitro incorporation of 1-14-C palmitic acid into lipid fractions of rabbit platelets
Platelet lipids (3). In vitro incorporation of 1-14C linoleic acid into lipid fractions of rabbit platelets
Adenosine diphosphate induced platelet aggregation in myocardial infarction and ischemic heart disease
Rapid and selective measurement of platelet-activating factor using a quantitative bioassay of platelet aggregation
Platelet activating factor (PAF) causes human platelet aggregation through the mechanism of membrane modulation
Microcalorimetric study of isolated blood platelets in the presence of thrombin and other aggregating agents
High concentrations of arachidonic acid induce platelet aggregation and serotonin release independent of prostaglandin endoperoxides and thromboxane A2
Characterization of ATP-diphosphohydrolase activities in the intima and media of the bovine aorta: evidence for a regulatory role in platelet activation in vitro
A membrane-bound enzyme in rabbit aorta capable of inhibiting adenosine-diphosphate-induced platelet aggregation
High-performance-liquid-chromatographic analysis of radiolabelled prostaglandins and fatty acids with the radial compression column
Effect of a natural phosphatidyl serine fraction on blood coagulation, platelet aggregation and haemostasis
The effect of pyrimidine compounds on the potentiation of adenosine inhibition of aggregation, on adenosine phosphorylation and phosphodiesterase activity of blood platelets
Platelet aggregation and release by ADP and thrombin: evidence for two separate effects of ADP on platelets, involvement of fibrinogen in release, and mechanism of inhibitory action of acetylsalicylic acid
Labile aggregation stimulating substance (LASS): the factor from storage pool deficient platelets correcting defective aggregation and release of aspirin treated normal platelets
Nucleotide exchange between cytosolic ATP and F-actin-bound ADP may be a major energy-utilizing process in unstimulated platelets
The distribution of concanavalin A- and cationized ferritin-binding sites on plasma membrane of human platelet and the changes of these sites in cells responding to adenosine diphosphate
The effect of chlorophenoxyisobutyric acid on the release of free fatty acids from isolated adipose tissue in vitro
Studies on the effect of adrenergic blocking drugs on catecholamine-induced platelet aggregation and uptake of noradrenaline and 5-hydroxytryptamine
Relationship of platelet retention in glass bead columns to the rate of aggregation with adenosine diphosphate and thrombin
Studies on human platelet glycolysis. Effect of glucose, cyanide, insulin, citrate, and agglutination and contraction on platelet glycolysis
Biochemical energetics of simulated platelet plug formation. Effect of thrombin, adenosine diphosphate, and epinephrine on intra- and extracellular adenine nucleotide kinetics
Lipid metabolism in human platelets. II. De novo phospholipid synthesis and the effect of thrombin on the pattern of synthesis
Activation of rabbit platelets by platelet-activating factor derived from IgE-sensitized basophils. Characteristics of the aggregation and its dissociation from secretion
Importance of measurement of platelet reactivity to ADP in patients with coronary artery disease: an historical account
Determination of ATP and ADP in blood platelets: a modification of the firefly luciferase assay for plasma
Interaction of prostaglandins with adenosine diphosphate induced increase in cytosolic free calcium in human platelets
Familial bleeding tendency associated with microcytic platelets and impaired release of platelet adenosine diphosphate
Secondary clumping effect in human citrated platelet-rich plasma produced by adenosine diphosphate and adrenaline
Further evidence against the validity of using an ADP-removing enzyme system (CP/CPK) for demonstrating the role of secreted ADP in platelet activation
COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF ADENOSINE ANALOGUES AS INHIBITORS OF BLOOD-PLATELET AGGREGATION AND AS VASODILATORS IN MAN
Effect of cerebrocrast on the function of human platelets and release of the arachidonic acid from plasma membrane
An acute effect of cigarette smoking on platelet function. A possible link between smoking and arterial thrombosis
Importance of the mechanisms of blood coagulation in the breakdown of adenosine triphosphate in blood
RELATIONSHIP OF APPEARANCE OF ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE, FIBRIN FORMATION AND PLATELET AGGREGATION IN THE HAEMOSTATIC PLUG IN VIVO
Platelet aggregation induced by arachidonic acid is accompanied by release of potential inflammatory mediators distinct from PGE2 and PGF2
Effect of normal human serum on the binding of specific antibodies and platelet-unrelated immune complexes to human platelets
Platelet factor 3 activity, platelet phospholipids and their fatty acid and aldehyde pattern in normal male subjects
Carnitine palmityltransferase and its relation to palmityl-CoA synthetase in blood platelets from fasting, healthy subjects
Study of the clotting, esterase and platelet aggregating activities of thrombin, acetylated thrombin and reptilase
The effect of an enzyme preparation from Aspergillus oryzae on the aggregation of rabbit platelets in vitro
The effect of inhibition of the platelet release reaction on platelet behaviour in vitro and in vivo
Stress-induced noise reactions of adhesion and aggregation of thrombocytes and free fatty acids (author's transl)
Action of fibrinogen degradation products and fibrin monomer soluble complexes on platelet aggregation
Prostaglandin endoperoxides, thromboxane A2 and adenosine diphosphate in collagen-induced aggregation of rabbit platelets
In vitro inhibition of endotoxin induced platelet aggregation with hydrocortisone sodium succinate (Solu-Cortef)
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