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Volume 2, Number 5, May 2004

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Free Content Determining the crystal structure of fibrinogen
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Free Content Is hypercoagulability an issue in arterial thrombosis? No
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Author: Reitsma, P. H.

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Free Content Do we care if statins prevent venous thromboembolism?
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Author: Ray, J. G.

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Free Content HMG CoA reductase inhibitors and the risk of venous thrombosis among postmenopausal women
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Authors: Doggen, C. J. M.; Lemaitre, R. N.; Smith, N. L.; Heckbert, S. R.; Psaty, B. M.

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Free Content A two-step coagulation test to identify antiβ2-glycoprotein I lupus anticoagulants
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Authors: Pengo, V.; Biasiolo, A.; Pegoraro, C.; Iliceto, S.

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Free Content Activated protein C in sepsis
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Authors: Taylor, F. B.; Kinasewitz, G.

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Free Content Effects of lipids and lipid-lowering therapy on hemostatic factors in patients with myocardial infarction
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Authors: Kaba, N. K.; Francis, C. W.; Moss, A. J.; Zareba, W.; Oakes, D.; Knox, K. L.; Fernández, I. D.; Rainwater, D. L.

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Free Content Familial segregation of venous thromboembolism
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Authors: Heit, J. A.; Phelps, M. A.; Ward, S. A.; Slusser, J. P.; Petterson, T. M.; De Andrade, M.

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Free Content A prospective, longitudinal study of central venous catheter-related deep venous thrombosis in boys with hemophilia
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Authors: Price, V. E.; Carcao, M.; Connolly, B.; Chait, P.; Daneman, A.; Temple, M.; Stain, A. M.; Sung, L.; Al-Tralbosi, H.; Blanchette, V. S.

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Free Content Comparison of 1 month with 3 months of anticoagulation for a first episode of venous thromboembolism associated with a transient risk factor
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Authors: Kearon, C.; Ginsberg, J. S.; Anderson, D. R.; Kovacs, M. J.; Wells, P.; Julian, J. A.; Mackinnon, B.; Demers, C.; Douketis, J.; Turpie, A. G.; Van Nguyen, P.; Green, D.; Kassis, J.; Kahn, S. R.; Solymoss, S.; Desjardins, L.; Geerts, W.; Johnston, M.; Weitz, J. I.; Hirsh, J.; Gent, M.

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Free Content The 894 G > T variant of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) increases the risk of recurrent venous thrombosis through interaction with elevated homocysteine levels
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Authors: Heil, S. G.; Den Heijer, M.; Van Der Rijt-Pisa, B. J. M.; Kluijtmans, L. A. J.; Blom, H. J.

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Free Content Induction of immune tolerance by neonatal intravenous injection of human factor VIII in murine hemophilia A
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Authors: Madoiwa, S.; Yamauchi, T.; Hakamata, Y.; Kobayashi, E.; Arai, M.; Sugo, T.; Mimuro, J.; Sakata, Y.

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Free Content A multicenter clinical evaluation of the Clot Signature Analyzer
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Authors: Fricke, W.; Kouides, P.; Kessler, C.; Schmaier, A. H.; Krijanovski, Y.; Jagadeesan, K.; Joist, J.

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Free Content Tumor growth and metastasis are not affected in thrombin-activatable fibrinolysis inhibitor-deficient mice
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Authors: Reijerkerk, A.; Meijers, J. C. M.; Havik, S. R.; Bouma, B. N.; Voest, E. E.; Gebbink, M. F. B. G.

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Free Content Migration of the activation peptide of thrombin-activatable fibrinolysis inhibitor (TAFI) during SDS–polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
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Authors: Guimarães, A. H. C.; Barrett-Bergshoeff, M. M.; Gils, A.; Declerck, P. J.; Rijken, D. C.

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Free Content Plasminogen regulates pro-opiomelanocortin processing
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Authors: Wang, N.; Zhang, L.; Miles, L.; Hoover-Plow, J.

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Free Content Construction and characterization of a recombinant plasminogen activator composed of an anti-fibrin single-chain antibody and low-molecular-weight urokinase
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Authors: Hagemeyer, C. E.; Tomic, I.; Weirich, U.; Graeber, J.; Nordt, T.; Runge, M. S.; Bode, C.; Peter, K.

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Free Content Role of protease-activated and ADP receptor subtypes in thrombin generation on human platelets
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Authors: Dorsam, R. T.; Tuluc, M.; Kunapuli, S. P.

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Free Content Triple heterozygosity in the integrin αIIb subunit in a patient with Glanzmann's thrombasthenia
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Authors: Nurden, A. T.; Breillat, C.; Jacquelin, B.; Combrié, R.; Freedman, J.; Blanchette, V. S.; Schmugge, M.; Rand, M. L.

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Free Content Rituximab in patients with refractory thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
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Authors: Sallah, S.; Husain, A.; Wan, J. Y.; Nguyen, N. P.

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Free Content Antithrombin antigen and activity in patients with acquired antithrombin deficiency—is there a difference?
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Authors: Ungerstedt, J. S.; Antovic, J.; Blombäck, M.; Bremme, K.; Johnsson, H.

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Free Content Role of thrombin in angiogenesis: a rebuttal
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Authors: Maragoudakis, M. E.; Tsopanoglou, N. E.

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Free Content Role of thrombin in angiogenesis: reply to a rebuttal
pp. 843-843(1)
Authors: Caunt, M.; Huang, Y-Q.; Brooks, P. C.; Karpatkin, S.

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Free Content TALKING ABOUT...
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Authors: Bruttomesso, G.; Miglino, N.

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