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PLATELET PROTEINS FROM DIABETIC SUBJECTS CAUSE PHENOTYPIC CHANGES IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS IN-VITRO

@inproceedings{Hilary2016PLATELETPF,
  title={PLATELET PROTEINS FROM DIABETIC SUBJECTS CAUSE PHENOTYPIC CHANGES IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS IN-VITRO},
  author={S. Hilary and S. Shahna and J. Kesavadev and A. Bhatt},
  year={2016}
}
  • S. Hilary, S. Shahna, +1 author A. Bhatt
  • Published 2016
  • Diabetes is a chronic disease which is associated with platelet activation and endothelial dysfunction. Platelet endothelial interaction is the key regulator of the progression of cardiovascular diseases in diabetic subjects. Upon stimulation, platelets get activated and synthesize/secretes numerous proteins which are otherwise absent in the quiescent platelets. These proteins once in circulation may come in contact with underlying endothelial cells. Though there are several studies are being… CONTINUE READING

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