PGI2-generation and antithrombotic activity of orally administered defibrotide.

@article{Niada1982PGI2generationAA,
  title={PGI2-generation and antithrombotic activity of orally administered defibrotide.},
  author={Riccardo Niada and M{\'a}rio Mantovani and Giuseppe Prino and Rodolfo Pescador and Roberto Porta and Ferruccio Berti and Giancarlo C. Folco and Claudio Omini and Teresa Vigan{\'o}},
  journal={Pharmacological research communications},
  year={1982},
  volume={14 10},
  pages={
          949-57
        }
}
Abstract Defibrotide, a polydeoxyribonucleotide extracted from mammalian organs (laboratory code Fraction P), displays antithrombotic activity after oral administration on different animal species. This activity is also demonstrated in a typical local thrombonecrotic hemorrhagic lesion caused by endotoxin in rabbit (Shwartzman reaction). Defibrotide prevents and antagonizes this kind of lesion in a dose dependent and in a long lasting way. The ability of Defibrotide to increase generation of… CONTINUE READING
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