Human platelets contain a glycosylated estrogen receptor beta.


Platelets play an important role in the coronary thrombus formation that leads to myocardial ischemia and infarction. Gender differences in the development of coronary heart disease and its outcomes are partly regulated by estrogen and its receptors, but the roles of the latter in thrombogenicity are less well-defined. We previously demonstrated the… (More)


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