Comparison of cationic propyl gallate and adenosine diphosphate for the measurement of aspirin effectivity with optical aggregometry.

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To compare the newer inductor of platelet aggregation cationic propyl gallate (CPG) with adenosine diphosphate (ADP) for the examination of aspirin (ASA) effectivity with optical aggregometry. In total,116 patients were prospectively enrolled with a stable cardiovascular disease, taking ASA 100 mg/day for >or=1 month. The control group consisted of 62… (More)

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@article{Motovska2007ComparisonOC, title={Comparison of cationic propyl gallate and adenosine diphosphate for the measurement of aspirin effectivity with optical aggregometry.}, author={Zuzana Motovska and Zdenka Sujanova and Soňa Wimmerov{\'a} and Jan Ardo and Marcela Skrakova and Petr Widimsk{\'y}}, journal={Translational research : the journal of laboratory and clinical medicine}, year={2007}, volume={150 4}, pages={246-52} }