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thrombin receptor


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thrombin receptor

Platelet thrombin receptor antagonism and atherothrombosis

A strong thrombin-inhibitory prourokinase derivative with sequence elements from hirudin and the human thrombin receptor.

Role of thrombin receptors in the kidney: lessons from PAR1 knock‐out mice

Thrombin receptor expression is increased by angiotensin II in cultured and native vascular smooth muscle cells

Thrombin receptor antagonists may become an important antiplatelet therapy for coronary artery disease

Design and Synthesis of para-Fluorophenylalanine Amide Derivatives as Thrombin Receptor Antagonists

Interaction Mode of the Phe-Phenyl Group of Thrombin Receptor-Tethered Ligand SFLLRNP in Receptor Activation

Edge-to-Face CH/л Interaction between Ligand Phe-Phenyl and Receptor Aromatic Group in the Thrombin Receptor Activation

Increased responsiveness to thrombin through protease-activated receptors (PAR)-1 and -4 in active Crohn's disease

585 Autoantibodies against the thrombin (PAR-1) and the tryptase (PAR-2) receptor in the sera of patients with Raynaud's-syndrome

Thrombin receptor PAR-1 on myelin at the node of Ranvier: a new anatomy and physiology of conduction block

Effect of preoperative P2Y12 and thrombin platelet receptor inhibition on bleeding after cardiac surgery

Effect of vorapaxar on myocardial infarction in the thrombin receptor antagonist for clinical event reduction in acute coronary syndrome (TRA·CER) trial

Enhanced Effector Function of CD8+ T Cells From Healthy Controls and HIV-Infected Patients Occurs Through Thrombin Activation of Protease-Activated Receptor 1

 

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A protein of platelets and vascular endothelial cells that binds thrombin and mediates its intracellular effects. It is a G‐protein‐coupled receptor. The precursor of human thrombin receptor is a glycoprotein ...

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