*  Patent US6368586 - Methods and compositions for enhancing the bioadhesive properties of polymers - Google Patents
One function of the mucus is to intercept these ligands and associated ineffective agents and thereby protect the mucosa. ... 163-83, (Plenum Press, New York 1984) reported a study of the use of fluorescent probes in cells to determine adhesiveness of ... platelet derived growth factor ("PDGF"), epidermal growth factor ("EGF"), tissue growth factor-β ("TGF-β"), and antibiotics ... Polymers which alter viscosity as a function of temperature or shear or other physical forces also may be used. Poly( ...
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*  JTH Editors' Highlights - International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Inc.
... and the way differential secretory patterns impact adhesiveness and other platelet (releasate) functions. ... Platelets: The histone deacetylase sirtuin 2 is a new player in the regulation of platelet function - A. Moscardó, J. Vallés, A ... Platelets:. Commentary. How can non-nucleated platelets be so smart? - F. Cognasse, O. Garraud, B. Pozzetto, S. Laradi and H. ... The list of proteins that play key roles in platelet function continues to grow. An article by Moscado and colleagues describes ...
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*  Parathyroid Hormone Receptors | Inhibition of DNA Glycosylases via Small Molecules
The bioavailability of NO is reflects the vascular tone, but also other NO functions like platelet adhesiveness, cell adhesion ... Reduced cholinergic function as seen in Alzheimer's disease and increased cholinergic function as seen in unipolar and bipolar ... Platelet-Activating Factor (PAF) Receptors Recent Posts. * Therapies that focus on the prostacyclin pathway are believed ... Cysteine S-nitrosylation is a post-translational changes regulating protein function and nitric. Posted on May 8, 2017. by Alma ...
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*  Platelet Function Changes in Acute Myocardial Infarction | SpringerLink
... platelet function alterations can influence many mechanisms - operating at the... ... S.C. Sharma, H.N. Setn, Platelet adhesiveness, plasma fibrinogen and fibrinolytic activity in acute myocardial infarction. Brit ... Acute Myocardial Infarction Platelet Aggregation Platelet Function Platelet Sensitivity Spontaneous Platelet Aggregation These ... P. Mehta, J. Mehta, Platelet function studies in coronary artery disease. V. Evidence for enhanced platelet micro-thrombus ...
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*  Patent US7534620 - Method and device for monitoring platelet function - Google Patents
The flow and composition change in response to the formation of a platelet mass in the passageway. Devices, articles, and kits ... and monitoring the flow or composition of the blood in the passageway to detect the platelet mass. ... the body of the mammal through a passageway to contact an obstruction or irregularity in the passageway to generate a platelet ... The invention provides a method of monitoring platelet function in a mammal by passing blood removed from ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US7534620?dq=5,241,671
*  Effect of Circulating Epinephrine on Platelet Function and Hematocrit | Hypertension
... on platelets is a well-described effect of epinephrine76 77 78 and may explain the changes in aggregation or adhesiveness in ... Karpatkin S. Heterogeneity of human platelets, VI: correlation of platelet function with platelet volume. Blood. 1978;51:307- ... may enhance or reduce platelet aggregability in vitro, whereas in vivo measures of platelet function (platelet count, size ... and platelet factor 4 (PF4), platelet weight per 10 mL blood, platelet contents of catecholamines, and platelet sodium-proton ( ...
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*  The Four Bio-markers Will Reveal Time Of Death - Lesson #13 - Endowment for Medical Research - FREE Education - Glycomics -...
AGP is known to modify platelet adhesiveness. During acute inflammation AGP levels increase in the body and has been confused ... The biological functions of AGP are not yet understood; however, we know it has immune modulating effects. ... Researchers and Educators in the field of Glycomics and Brain Function. Read why you will want this e-textbook today ... is increased to address the inflamation for immunoregulatory functions. Normal concentrations of human serum alpha-1-acid ...
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*  PROF. KAYIMA JOSHUA K
The following platelet functions tests were performed; platelet counts, platelet adhesiveness, platelet aggregation and clot ... patients had unchanged platelet counts and clot retraction compared to controls (p,O.OS), whereas platelet adhesiveness and ... Patients with meningococcal meningitis have abnormalities in the platelet functions mainly in aggregation and adhesiveness. ... whereas significant decrease of platelet adhesiveness (P less than 0.001) as well as prolonged platelet aggregation time (P ...
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*  Patent US5698589 - Water-based topical cream containing nitroglycerin and method of preparation ... - Google Patents
The abnormalities, which patients with such diseases in their platelet function exhibit including the increased blood and ... plasma viscosity, and the increased erythrocyte aggregability and adhesiveness lead to a reduction in capillary erythrocyte ... Ignorance of genital anatomy and function is common, particularly of clitoral function and of effective arousal patterns and ...
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*  Dextran - Wikipedia
Dextrans also reduce factor VIII-Ag Von Willebrand factor, thereby decreasing platelet function. Clots formed after ... increasing their electronegativity and thus reducing erythrocyte aggregation and platelet adhesiveness. ... The antithrombotic effect of dextran is mediated through its binding of erythrocytes, platelets, and vascular endothelium, ... These include anaphylaxis, volume overload, pulmonary edema, cerebral edema, or platelet dysfunction. An uncommon but ...
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*  Effects of Storage Time on Quantitative and Qualitative Platelet Function after Transfusion | Anesthesiology | ASA Publications
... bleeding time and platelet adhesiveness. Br J Haematol 7:42-50, 1961. ... based on absolute platelet count). This decreased function of pretransfusion platelets may represent platelets from ... Platelet count was measured at all time points and platelet function was measured at all time points except 24 h. After ... Additionally, fresh platelets have improved ex vivo function compared to platelets stored for 4 days and these may provide ...
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*  Coagulation - Oakton Community College
Compare the principles for platelet function tests--platelet aggregation and platelet adhesiveness. ... Address platelet structure and function; include normal and abnormal platelet architecture and platelet factors. ... platelet adhesiveness, platelet aggregation, diapedesis, hematoma, thrombosis, and embolism.. *Summarize the principle and ... Compare the coagulation factors; list their sources of production, function, their absence or presence in absorbed plasma and ...
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*  A multiscale model of thrombus development | Journal of The Royal Society Interface
1999). We used the Ω (activation function) from Sorensen et al. (1999) to determine the platelet state transition in figure 5 ... These include the occupancy of injury and thrombus sites by resting or activated platelets and blood cells; the adhesiveness of ... Platelet-platelet binding and platelet binding to the injury site by means of the platelets binding to molecules exposed on the ... activated platelet-activated platelet adhesion energy=8.0; activated platelet (high fibre level)-activated platelet (low fibre ...
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*  Inhibition of Nitric Oxide Biosynthesis Promotes P-selectin Expression in Platelets | Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and...
... because platelets have also been shown to generate NO in a manner that regulates platelet function,19 and platelet P-selectin ... Enhanced endothelial adhesiveness in hypercholesterolemia is attenuated by l-arginine. Circulation. 1994;89:2176-2182. ... Determinations of Platelet cGMP. For measurement of platelet cGMP, 0.5 mL of platelet suspension was incubated with l-NAME (1 ... The platelet-rich plasma was recentrifuged at 2000g for 10 minutes to form a platelet-rich pellet, which was washed twice in ...
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*  CHAPTER 33 ANEMIA OF CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE | Free Medical Textbook
ERSLEV Etiology and Pathogenesis Renal Excretory Failure Failure of Renal Endocrine Function Clinical and Laboratory Features ... platelet or vascular function, as judged from bleeding time, platelet adhesiveness and aggregation, clot retraction, ... Castaldi PA, Gorman DJ: Disordered platelet function in renal disease, in Hemostasis and Thrombosis, edited by RW Colman, J ... Failure of the renal excretory function causes a moderate reduction of red cell life span, the impairment of the function of ...
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*  Genomics in Cardiovascular Disease | JACC: Journal of the American College of Cardiology
... platelet adhesiveness or thrombosis to name just a few. One approach to function is the pursuit of network modeling techniques ... Determining the function and identifying the polymorphism will be extremely difficult because the effect of any one risk ... 2009) Predicting the effects of coding non-synonymous variants on protein function using the SIFT algorithm. Nat Protoc 4:1073- ... In both the PLATO (Platelet Inhibition and Patient Outcomes) trial (60) and the TRITON−TIMI 38 (TRial to assess Improvement in ...
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*  Medical and Health Information by Shaman: MYELOFIBROSIS
Often abnormal platelet function, bleeding time disruption and retraction jendalan and decline: levels of platelet factor 3, ... platelet adhesiveness and lipogenesis activity. Changes in soluble factor that can terajdi pemebekuan the disease. Disseminated ... Formation is influenced by growth factors, the most influential are the platelet derived growth factor (platelet-derived growth ... Platelet count less than 100 x 109 / L. • Calculate the absolute monocyte type equal to or greater than 1 x 109 / L. 2. ...
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*  Sudden Cardiac Death | Circulation
Different effects of strenuous exercise and moderate exercise on platelet function in men. Circulation. 1994;90:2877-2885. ... Stopping smoking promptly reduced this risk, which may be mediated by an increase in platelet adhesiveness, release of ... 6 in part possibly by increasing platelet adhesiveness and aggregability, moderate physical activity may be beneficial by ... decreasing platelet adhesiveness and aggregability.7 In cardiac rehabilitation programs, cardiac arrests occur at a rate of 1 ...
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*  Lifestyle Tips For Best Heart Health - InfoBarrel
Do you give much thought to your heart health? What about the aspects of your lifestyle that contribute to it functioning ... Vitamin E decreases platelet adhesiveness and aggregation. It is a good antioxidant. ... Do you give much thought to your heart health? What about the aspects of your lifestyle that contribute to it functioning ... Crushed Garlic has an anti-sclerotic effect, and decreases platelet aggregation.. *Digitalis is an important herb still used by ...
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*  Instant Cure for High Blood Pressure - Derick Mussen Healthcare
... platelet adhesiveness). Impairment of endothelial function, e.g., due to chronic hypertension, cigarette smoking, chronic ... Activation of platelets, e.g., upon contact with collagen of the extracellular matrix after injury to the vascular wall, ... End stage renal disease (ESRD) is defined as loss of kidney function at 90 or greater. ESRD is the term applied when the ... Among the multiple functions of the endothelium, the production of NO' and prostacyclin plays an important role. Both ...
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*  Re: Sugar is a drug?
Sugar can cause platelet adhesiveness.. 85. Sugar can cause hormonal imbalance.. 86. Sugar can lead to the formation of kidney ... 6. Sugar causes a loss of tissue elasticity and function, the more sugar you eat the more elasticity and function you. loose. ... 4. Scanto, S. and Yudkin, J. "The Effect of Dietary Sucrose on Blood Lipids, Serum Insulin, Platelet Adhesiveness and Body ... Sugar lowers the enzymes ability to function.. 60. Sugar can cause loss of tissue elasticity and function.. 61. Sugar can cause ...
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*  Estrogen - Wikipedia
... plasminogen Decrease antithrombin III Increase platelet adhesiveness Lipid Increase HDL, triglyceride Decrease LDL, fat ... Lung function Promotes lung function by supporting alveoli (in rodents but probably in humans). Uterus lining Estrogen together ... Handa RJ, Ogawa S, Wang JM, Herbison AE (January 2012). "Roles for oestrogen receptor β in adult brain function". Journal of ... In males, estrogen regulates certain functions of the reproductive system important to the maturation of sperm and may be ...
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*  Sugar's Health Effects & Risks: Is Sugar Sweet Poison? Sugar-a Silent Killer: an Extensive Discussion of the Sugars: Sucrose,...
4. Scanto, S. and Yudkin, J. 'The Effect of Dietary Sucrose on Blood Lipids, Serum Insulin, Platelet Adhesiveness and Body ... 6 Sugar causes a loss of tissue elasticity and function, the more sugar you eat, the more elasticity and function you lose. ... 84 Sugar can cause platelet adhesiveness.. 85 Sugar can cause hormonal imbalance; some hormones become underactive and others ... 82 Sugar can cause less effective functioning of two blood proteins, albumin, and lipoproteins, which may reduce the body's ...
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*  List of human hormones - Wikipedia
increase platelet adhesiveness. Fluid balance: *salt (sodium) and water retention. *increase growth hormone ... Assist in thyroid function and bone growth by osteoblasts. *Resilience in bone, teeth, gums, joint, tendon, ligament and skin ... produce platelets[6]. Thyroid-stimulating hormone (or thyrotropin). TSH. anterior pituitary. thyrotropes. Thyrotropin receptor ... Favors muscle function, memory formation, testosterone synthesis and energy expenditure[1]. Oxytocin. OXT. posterior pituitary ...
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*  10 Interesting Facts About Chocolate - InfoBarrel
Chocolate decreases the adhesiveness of platelets and thins your blood, acting like a natural aspirin. ... The primary function of insulin is to regulate or decrease blood glucose levels. An individual with good insulin sensitivity ... When platelets do not stick together and adhere to the walls of your arteries, this will improve your cholesterol levels. ... Magnesium functions to assist in calcium absorption and over 300 enzymatic processes in your body. Without magnesium, your body ...
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