An investigation into the release and mobilisation of sulphate-conjugated catecholamines by human platelets.

Abstract

Collagen (5-160 microg/ml) induced release of free and sulphate conjugated noradrenaline (NA), adrenaline (Ad) and dopamine (DA) by platelets in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) was investigated in human subjects. Stimulated efflux of free NA, Ad and DA to the plasma (platelet-poor plasma; PPP) increased in a concentration-dependent manner, NA release being… (More)

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@article{Smith1997AnII, title={An investigation into the release and mobilisation of sulphate-conjugated catecholamines by human platelets.}, author={Carl C. Smith}, journal={Platelets}, year={1997}, volume={8 4}, pages={269-74} }