Therapeutic uses of heparin beyond its traditional role as an anticoagulant.

Abstract

A number of physiological effects have been ascribed to heparin since its discovery almost 80 years ago, many of which are independent from its first-described and best- characterized activity as an anticoagulant. Heparin and heparan sulphate are believed to possess many biological activities that include the ability to modulate embryonic development… (More)

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