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Thrombogenic potential of human coronary atherosclerotic plaques.
Venous thrombosis in a family with defective release of vascular plasminogen activator and elevated plasma factor VIII/von Willebrand's factor.
The pathophysiology of the prethrombotic state in humans: insights gained from studies using markers of hemostatic system activation.
Transcriptional regulation of the thrombomodulin gene.
Coagulation activation following estrogen administration to postmenopausal women.
Normal levels of anticoagulant heparan sulfate are not essential for normal hemostasis.
Expression of thrombomodulin by smooth muscle cells in culture: different effects of tumor necrosis factor and cyclic adenosine monophosphate on thrombomodulin expression by endothelial cells and smooth muscle cells in culture.
Thrombin generation is not increased in the blood of hemophilia B patients after the infusion of a purified factor IX concentrate.
Studies of the prothrombin activation pathway utilizing radioimmunoassays for the F2/F1 + 2 fragment and thrombin--antithrombin complex.
Determinants of plasma factor VIIa levels in humans.
Thrombin generation in acute promyelocytic leukemia.
PATHOBIOLOGY OF ANTITHROMBOTIC MECHANISMS
MOLECULAR BASIS OF CARDIAC-SPECIFIC HEMOSTASIS-COLLABORA
NATURAL ANTICOAGULANT MECHANISMS
THROMBIN GENERATION AND DETECTION OF HYPERCOAGULABILITY
THROMBOSIS AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS