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