Racial differences in endotoxin-induced tissue factor-triggered coagulation.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Racial differences in coagulation are poorly understood. While some studies suggest a 'prothrombotic' coagulation profile in blacks compared with whites, others report an increased bleeding risk for blacks in various clinical settings. Moreover, preclinical data suggest a link between the Duffy antigen (=DARC, Duffy antigen receptor of chemokines… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1538-7836.2009.03307.x

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