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The effect of the beta-D-xyloside naroparcil on circulating plasma glycosaminoglycans. An explanation for its known antithrombotic activity in the rabbit.
- P. Masson, D. Coup, J. Millet, N. Brown
- Chemistry, Biology
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 10 February 1995
This is, to the authors' knowledge, the first description of the in vivo effect of a beta-D-xyloside on GAG biosynthesis and this is correlated with an antithrombotic action. Expand
Alterations in left and right cardiodynamics during continuous flow left ventricular bypass (LVBP).
The Effect of the β-D-Xyloside Naroparcil on Circulating Plasma Glycosaminoglycans
β-D-Xylosides are known to initiate or prime free glycosaminoglycan (GAG) chain synthesis in cell and tissue culture. As such, the effect of the venous antithrombotic β-D-xyloside, naroparcil, was… Expand
Further studies on the mechanism for the antithrombotic effects of naroparcil, an orally active thiozyloside compound.
Results show that the antithrombotic activity of naroparcil is dependent on modification in the plasma GAG profile which inactivates thrombin via the HCII. Expand
[The effect of slight to moderate stenoses on the coronary reserve and hemodynamics].
- T. Widmann, P. Moret, F. Benoist, G. Caron, D. Coup
- Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
- 10 November 1979
The effect of slight to moderate stenosis (less than or equal to 50% of external diameter) on the coronary reserve and coronary hemodynamics has been studied in 8 pigs and shows an unhomogeneous distribution of myocardiac perfusion. Expand
Wind‐ and wave‐induced acoustic noise at very low frequencies
Underwater ambient noise is known to be dependent on the wind. Several mechanisms have been proposed to explain the nature of the transfer of energy from the wind field to the acoustic noise field.… Expand