Critical review of mouse models of venous thrombosis.

Abstract

Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism are a significant health care concern, representing a major source of mortality and morbidity. In order to understand the pathophysiology of thrombogenesis and thrombus resolution, animal models are necessary. Mouse models of venous thrombosis contribute to our understanding of the initiation, propagation, and resolution of venous thrombus, as well as allow for the evaluation of new pharmaceutical approaches to prophylaxis and treatment of deep vein thrombosis. In this work we review the ferric chloride model, the inferior vena cava ligation model, the inferior vena cava stenosis models, and the electrolytic inferior vena cava model and compare their advantages and disadvantages.

DOI: 10.1161/ATVBAHA.111.244608

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@article{Diaz2012CriticalRO, title={Critical review of mouse models of venous thrombosis.}, author={Jose Antonio Diaz and Andrea T. Obi and Daniel Myers and Shirley K. Wrobleski and Peter K . Henke and Nigel Mackman and Thomas W. Wakefield}, journal={Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology}, year={2012}, volume={32 3}, pages={556-62} }