S100A10: A Key Regulator of Fibrinolysis

@inproceedings{Surette2014S100A10AK,
  title={S100A10: A Key Regulator of Fibrinolysis},
  author={Alexi P. Surette and David Morton Waisman},
  year={2014}
}
Regulation of fibrinolytic activity can be achieved by several mechanisms, ranging from regulating the production and localization of the plasminogen activators and their inhibitors, the degradation and inactivation of plasmin via autoproteolysis, and the synthesis and localization of the cell surface receptors for plasminogen. Binding of the inactive zymogen plasminogen to its cell surface receptors has been shown to significantly increase the rate of its conversion to the active serine… CONTINUE READING

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