Cardioplegia alters porcine coronary endothelial cell growth and responses to aggregating platelets.

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Experiments were designed to determine the viability of endothelial cells and their responses to products released by aggregating platelets following single flush perfusion of the coronary arteries with cardioplegic solutions used for cardiac transplantation. Porcine coronary arteries were perfused with crystalloid (Plegisol) or blood cardioplegic solutions… (More)

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@article{Nilsson1993CardioplegiaAP, title={Cardioplegia alters porcine coronary endothelial cell growth and responses to aggregating platelets.}, author={Fritjof Nilsson and Victor M. Miller and C. M. Johnson and Henry Dale Tazelaar and Callum McGregor}, journal={Journal of vascular research}, year={1993}, volume={30 1}, pages={43-52} }