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The aggregation of blood platelets
A method by which the aggregation of platelets may be followed quantitatively is described, and results obtained with the method are described. Expand
Effect of Adenosine Diphosphate on the Concentration of Platelets in Circulating Blood
EFFECT OF FIBRINOGEN ON THE AGGREGATION OF PLATELETS BY ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE.
- M. Cross
- Thrombosis et diathesis haemorrhagica
Effects of inorganic ions and of plasma proteins on the aggregation of blood platelets by adenosine diphosphate
P pigs' platelets separated from plasma and resuspended in simpler media are used to learn more about aggregation in plasma by a turbidimetric method. Expand
The folic acid and serine nutrition of Leuconostoc mesenteroides P60 (Streptococcus equinus P60).
A valid assay for serine is possible, even with high concentrations of glycine present, when precautions are taken to destroy either Leucovorin or pyridoxal in the samples, and to prevent the atmosphere becoming enriched with CO2. Expand
Inhibition of the Aggregation of Blood Platelets by Nucleosides
Cobalamin and the synthesis of methionine by ultrasonic extracts of Escherichia coli.
The roles of multiple pathways in regulating bombesin-stimulated phospholipase D activity in Swiss 3T3 fibroblasts.
It is suggested that bombesin-stimulated phospholipase D activity is indirectly regulated by G-proteins, possibly through a kinase intermediate, and activation of protein tyrosine kinases is proposed to account for the PKC-independent arm of bombsin- Stimulated PLD activity. Expand
Leuconostoc citrovorum factor and the synthesis of serine by micro-organisms.
Role and regulation of phospholipase D activity in normal and cancer cells.
- M. Wakelam, A. Martín, +5 authors J. L. Reynolds
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Advances in enzyme regulation
The PA product of PLD activation is an activator of Rho-regulated actin stress fibre formation and in invasive cells of MMP-9 synthesis and activation, together this may explain the increased invasion of cells in response to PA. Expand