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Concept Blood Platelet Disorders
Concept Blood Platelets
Concept Platelet Aggregation
Concept Platelet Membrane Glycoproteins
Academic Article Platelet microparticles infiltrating solid tumors transfer miRNAs that suppress tumor growth.
Academic Article Protein kinase Cd mediates the activation of protein kinase D2 in platelets.
Academic Article Transcription Factor RUNX1 Regulates Platelet PCTP (Phosphatidylcholine Transfer Protein): Implications for Cardiovascular Events: Differential Effects of RUNX1 Variants.
Academic Article Platelet Microparticles and miRNA Transfer in Cancer Progression: Many Targets, Modes of Action, and Effects Across Cancer Stages.
Academic Article Regulation of platelet myosin light chain (MYL9) by RUNX1: implications for thrombocytopenia and platelet dysfunction in RUNX1 haplodeficiency.
Academic Article Dicer1-mediated miRNA processing shapes the mRNA profile and function of murine platelets.
Academic Article RhoG protein regulates glycoprotein VI-Fc receptor ?-chain complex-mediated platelet activation and thrombus formation.
Academic Article ELMO1 deficiency enhances platelet function.
Academic Article Horizontal RNA transfer goes deep: platelet consumption and microRNA utilization by vascular smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article GRK6 regulates the hemostatic response to injury through its rate-limiting effects on GPCR signaling in platelets.
Academic Article High-efficiency unassisted transfection of platelets with naked double-stranded miRNAs modulates signal-activated translation and platelet function.
Academic Article Platelets and extracellular vesicles and their cross-talk with cancer.
Academic Article Platelet microRNAs inhibit primary tumor growth via broad modulation of tumor cell mRNA expression in ectopic pancreatic cancer in mice.
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