Katsuo Koie

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alpha(2)-Plasmin inhibitor (alpha(2)PI) is a recently characterized, fast-reacting plasmin inhibitor in human plasma that appears to play an important role in regulation of in vivo fibrinolysis. We report here a case of complete deficiency of alpha(2)PI in man. The patient, a 25-yr-old Japanese man, had a life-long severe bleeding tendency (hemarthrosis and(More)
A T-cell line, ATN-1, was established by culturing peripheral blood mononuclear cells derived from a patient with adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma (ATL/L). Identities of the patterns of chromosomal abnormalities, cell surface phenotypes, morphologic findings, rearrangement patterns of T-cell receptor beta chain gene, and an integration site of human T-cell(More)
A 25-year-old man, born in Okinawa, Japan, had a haemorrhagic diathesis characterised by prolonged bleeding and ecchymoses after minor trauma and spontaneous joint haemorrhage. The frequency and severity of these episodes were reduced by an antiplasminic drug. Routine coagulation studies revealed no abnormalities except for significantly sshortened(More)