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thromboxane A2


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thromboxane A2

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thromboxane A2

Castration reduces platelet thromboxane A2 receptor density and aggregability

Thromboxane A2 receptor α promotes tumor growth through an autoregulatory feedback pathway

Thromboxane A2-receptor blockade improves cerebral protection for deep hypothermic circulatory arrest

Thromboxane A2 induces blood flow recovery via platelet adhesion to ischaemic regions

717 Haemodynamic effect of thromboxane A2 inhibition in acute pulmonary embolism

Picotamide, a combined inhibitor of thromboxane A2 synthase and receptor, reduces 2-year mortality in diabetics with peripheral arterial disease: the DAVID study

COX-1 sensitivity and thromboxane A2 production in type 1 and type 2 diabetic patients under chronic aspirin treatment

Chronic dietary supplementation with l-arginine inhibits platelet aggregation and thromboxane A2 synthesis in hypercholesterolaemic rabbits in vivo

Activation of thromboxane A2 receptors induces orphan nuclear receptor Nurr1 expression and stimulates cell proliferation in human lung cancer cells

Plasma levels of thromboxane A2 on admission are associated with no-reflow after primary percutaneous coronary intervention

Low-dose aspirin in prevention of miscarriage in women with unexplained or autoimmune related recurrent miscarriage: effect on prostacyclin and thromboxane A2 production.

41 Validation of Thromboxane A2 Analogue U46619 in Whole Blood Platelet Aggregation to Diagnose Platelet Disorders

P2088Once daily low-dose aspirin reduces urinary thromboxane B2 effectively even at 12-24 hours from dosing in the ASCEND (A Study of Cardiovascular Events iN Diabetes) trial

 

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(TXA2) a substance related to prostaglandins that is released by platelets activated by local tissue injury and promotes blood clotting and vasconstriction. see platelet activation. Compare prostacyclin.

Subjects: Biological Sciences — Medicine and Health.


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