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  • Edited by Paolo Gresele, Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italy , Clive P. Page, Sackler Institute of Pulmonary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School of Biomedical Sciences, London , Valentin Fuster, Mount Sinai Medical Center and School of Medicine, New York , Jos Vermylen, Universiteitsbibliotheek-K.U., Leuven

Book description

Platelets have become an important research target for clinicians and basic scientists in a range of medical disciplines. This book reviews current science and applications in fields including thrombosis and hemostasis, signal transduction, and non-thrombotic conditions such as inflammation, allergy and tumor metastasis. It is a detailed, up-to-date, highly referenced text for clinical scientists and physicians, including recent developments in this rapidly expanding field. More than a scientific resource, this is also an authoritative reference and guide to the diagnosis and therapeutics of diseases involving platelets. Chapters are devised to provide a critical review of the most clinically relevant aspects of the subject. It will be an essential reference for biomedical scientists and clinicians in hematology, vascular medicine, cardiology, thrombosis and related disciplines.

Reviews

‘… a comprehensive, detailed, up-to-date text for clinicians and basic scientists … A large group of leading experts, both basic scientists and clinical opinion leaders, have contributed to the book, giving a very international and interdisciplinary texture to this text. Comprehensive tables, schemes, some very nice color micrographs render the book easy to read and extensive and updated bibliographic citations may make the book a ready source of landmark references … any scientist interested in this subject will enjoy the educational journey through platelets this book offers; it is obligatory reading for anyone who wishes to embark on platelet studies.’

Source: Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostatsis

‘Such a comprehensive collection of platelet structure, function, and pathology has not been achieved before. This is the complete, comprehensive reference for platelets and it is invaluable to anyone who is involved in the treatment or the study of conditions related to platelets.’

Source: Doody's

‘… both timely and an important contribution to the subject … provides a comprehensive up-to-date and details insight into platelet biology … this book serves as an invaluable reference source and is a ‘must have’ for postgraduate students, clinicians and researchers, whether relative novices or experts in the field.’

Source: Transfusion Medicine

'… a beautiful piece of work! … I strongly recommend this book to those involved in medicine in general and vascular medicine and h[a]emostasis and thrombosis research in particular!'

Source: Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis

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  • 8 - Platelet receptors for thrombin
    pp 113-126
    • By Lawrence F. Brass, Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology, and the Center for Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, Marina Molino, Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri, Consorzio Mario Negri Sud, Santa Maria Imbaro, Italy, Peter J. O'Brien, Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology, and the Center for Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, Mark Kahn, Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology, and the Center for Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

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