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The expression levels of platelet adhesive receptors in PRP derived platelet concentrates during storage

  title={The expression levels of platelet adhesive receptors in PRP derived platelet concentrates during storage},
  author={Nassaji Fatemeh and Ghasemzadeh Mehran and Pirmohammad Jamaat Zeynab and Hosseini Ehteramolsadat},
  journal={Tehran University Medical Journal TUMS Publications},
Background: Major platelet adhesive receptors that contribute significantly to thrombus formation include platelet receptor glycoprotein Ibα (GPIbα) of the GPIb-IX-V complex and platelet glycoprotein VI (GPVI). GPIbα plays a crucial role in platelet tethering to sub-endothelial matrix, which initiates thrombus formation at arterial shear rates, whereas GPVI is critically involved in platelets firm adhesion to the site of injury regardless of shear condition. During storage, platelets experience… 
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