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Platelet activation by adenosine 5' -diphosphate (ADP) is via both P2Y(1 )and P2Y(12) receptors and leads to shape change and aggregation. The effects on ADP-induced platelet shape change of two P2Y(1) antagonists, adenosine 3'-phosphate, 5'-phosphosulfate (A3P5PS) and 2-deoxy-N(6)-methyladenosine 3', 5'-diphosphate (MRS-2179) and a P2Y(12) antagonist(More)
Horses show susceptibility to platelet-related disorders. Equine platelets differ from human platelets in some of their responses, so information available about human platelets must be validated in the horse. Aggregation of platelets by ADP involves both P2Y(1) and P2Y(12) receptors on the platelet surface. We have compared the effect of the P2Y(12)(More)
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