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Academic Article Endothelial cells exhibit differential chemokinetic and mitogenic responsiveness to alpha-thrombin.
Academic Article Membrane-mimetic films containing thrombomodulin and heparin inhibit tissue factor-induced thrombin generation in a flow model.
Academic Article Intra-arterial thrombin injection of an ascending aortic pseudoaneurysm complicated by transient ischemic attack and rescued with systemic abciximab.
Academic Article Novel thromboresistant materials.
Academic Article Fabrication and characterization of heparin functionalized membrane-mimetic assemblies.
Academic Article Lipopeptide conjugates: biomolecular building blocks for receptor activating membrane-mimetic structures.
Academic Article Growth-related responses in arterial smooth muscle cells are arrested by thrombin receptor antisense sequences.
Academic Article Simulated surface-induced thrombin generation in a flow field.
Academic Article Flow-simulated thrombin generation profiles as a predictor of thrombotic risk among pre-menopausal women.
Concept Receptors, Thrombin
Concept Thrombin
Concept Thrombin Time
Academic Article Targeted antithrombotic protein micelles.
Academic Article Simulated Thrombin Generation in the Presence of Surface-Bound Heparin and Circulating Tissue Factor.
Academic Article Simulated thrombin responses in venous valves.
Grant In Situ Regeneration of Bioactive Surfaces: Rechargeable Anti-thrombogenic Films
Grant Molecularly Engineered Blockade of Islet Induced Inflammatory Responses
Grant Site-Specific Therapies To Prevent Intimal Hyperplasia
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  • Thrombin
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.