Aysha Y Venjara

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Exposure of platelets to toxins (calyculin A or okadaic acid) that inhibit protein serine/threonine phosphatases types 1 and 2A, at concentrations that block aggregatory and secretory responses, results in the phosphorylation of several platelet proteins including integrin beta(3). Since protein phosphorylation represents a balance between kinase and(More)
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