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Mechanisms of platelet activation and control

Mechanisms of platelet activation and control

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blood platelets -- Activation -- Congresses.,
  • Cellular signal transduction -- Congresses.,
  • Blood Platelets -- drug effects -- congresses.,
  • Blood Platelets -- physiology -- congresses.,
  • Platelet Activation -- drug effects -- congresses.,
  • Platelet Activating Factor -- physiology -- congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Kalwant S. Authi, Steve P. Watson, Vijay V. Kakkar.
    SeriesAdvances in experimental medicine and biology ;, v. 344, The Language of science
    ContributionsAuthi, Kalwant S., Watson, Steve P., Kakkar, V. V., International Symposium on Mechanisms of Platelet Activation and Control, (1992 : London, England)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP97 .M387 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 272 p. :
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1421838M
    ISBN 100306446316
    LC Control Number93032065


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Recent years have seen tremendous advances in our understanding of the molecular mechanism of platelet activation. All aspects of signal transduction in platelets from the identification of surface receptors, G Mechanisms of platelet activation and control book, phospholipases, protein kinases and phosphatases, intracellular receptors for inositol phosphates, the Ca2+ regulatory machinery, cytoskeletal constituents to the control Cited by: Recent years have seen tremendous advances in our understanding of the molecular mechanism of platelet activation.

All aspects of signal transduction in platelets from the identification of surface receptors, G proteins, phospholipases, protein kinases and phosphatases, intracellular receptors for inositol phosphates, the Ca2+ regulatory machinery, cytoskeletal constituents to the control.

Mechanisms Mechanisms of platelet activation and control book Platelet Activation and Control by Kalwant S. Authi,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Book Reviews/FEBS Letters () Mechanisms of Platelet Activation and Control: VolumeAdvances in Medicine and Biology; Edited by Kalwant S. Authi, Steve P.

Watson and Vijay V. Kakkar, Plenum Press, New York, ; xiv + pages. Platelets, Fourth Edition, integrates the entire field of platelet biology, pathophysiology, and clinical medicine with contributions from world experts from 18 award-winning reference provides clear presentations by basic scientists on the cellular, molecular, and genetic mechanisms of platelets and the role of platelets in thrombosis, hemorrhage, inflammation.

Mechanisms of platelet activation: Need for new strategies. (≥3), normal control (NC) group (0) and non‐MetS group (1‐2) according to the numbers of the five risk factors. Platelet.

Platelet activation is tightly regulated by inhibitory mechanisms that limit platelet accumulation at sites of vascular injury. perform assays relevant to blood banking (quality control of platelet concentrates, identification of leukocyte contamination molecular, and genetic mechanisms of platelets and the role of platelets in.

Platelet activation further results in the scramblase-mediated transport of negatively charged phospholipids to the platelet surface, providing a catalytic surface for the tenase and prothrombinase complexes.

Activated platelets change in shape and pseudopods form on their surface, determining a star-like appearance. Mechanisms of platelet activation by thrombin: a short history. Thromb Res –, Crossref | ISI | Google Scholar; De Candia E, Hall SW, Rutella S, Landolfi R, Andrews RK, De Cristofaro R.

Binding of thrombin to glycoprotein Ib accelerates the hydrolysis of Par-1 on intact platelets. J Biol Chem –,   - Buy Mechanisms of Platelet Activation and Control (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology) book online at best prices in India on Read Mechanisms of Platelet Activation and Control (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Paperback.

Mechanism of activation. The mechanisms mediating VT are distinct and venous thrombi contain an abundance of red blood cells and fibrin in addition to platelets (Figure 1) and are typically treated with drugs targeting proteins mediating coagulation.

The balance between blood flow and composition together with venous endothelial health must be. Platelets are small, anucleate cells that travel as resting discoid fragments in the circulation. Their average circulating life span is 8–9 days, and their formation is an elegant and finely orchestrated series of cellular processes known as megakaryocytopoiesis and thrombopoiesis.

This involves the commitment of haematopoietic stem cells, proliferation, terminal differentiation of. as well as the activation processes in platelets that lead to changes in these interactions. We will first describe the activation conditions and signalling pathways that result in the surface exposure of procoagulant phospholipids, and then evaluate the enzymatic mechanisms of control of transmembrane phospholipid asymmetry.

Finally, we focus. However, the mechanism through which native LDL undergo in vivo oxidation and the intra-platelet pathways allowing ox-LDL to elicit platelet activation are still unclear. We have recently demonstrated that platelet possess an enzymatic armamentarium capable of oxidizing LDL in a manner that macrophages recognize platelet-derived ox-LDL and.

[1–3]. For example, platelet activation is present in hemo-lytic uremic syndrome and sickle cell disease [4,5]. In addition, Villagra et al.

reported a correlation between platelet activation and markers of hemolysis in sickle cell disease [6]. However, the mechanisms contributing to hemolysis-associated platelet activation are not well defined. Address for Correspondence: 3.

Illustrate platelet aggregation, including the role of fibrinogen MLS 4. List the secretions of platelet dense bodies and α-granules 5. Demonstrate the relationship of platelets and the plasma coagulation mechanism.

Platelets are blood cells that are released from bone. Platelet activation is a series of cascading responses which allow blood platelets to react to an injury. Platelets could be thought of as one of the body's emergency response teams; when a cut or burn occurs, the body sends out a distress signal, and platelets are among the many specialized cells which flock to the site.

Upon activation, platelet surface P-selectin is overexpressed, and platelets secret their granule contents into circulation. Several markers of platelet activation such as P-selectin, CD40L, PF4, and GP IIb/IIIa have been identified to correlate with the presence of inflammation and.

Permeabilised Platelets and Exocytosis.- Platelet Membranes, Eicosanoid Biosynthesis and Putative Endogenous Calcium Ionophores.- Hydrolysis of Cytoskeletal Proteins by The Ca2+-Dependent Protease During Platelet Activation.- Phosphorylation of Platelet Proteins and Nucleotide Metabolism.- Energy Requirements of Stimulus-Response Coupling   Hoffmeister KM, Felbinger TW, Falet H, et al.

The clearance mechanism of chilled blood platelets. Cell ; Peerschke EI, Yin W, Ghebrehiwet B. Complement activation on platelets: implications for vascular inflammation and thrombosis.

Mol Immunol ; Nording H, Langer HF. Complement links platelets to innate immunity. platelet activation and aggregation. Fortunately, the changes that platelets undergo during formation of the hemostatic plug can be dupli-cated to a large extent in vitro.

Many studies can be carried out in platelet-rich plasma, prepared by slow centrifugation of blood. Citrate is the usual antico-agulant, as it reduces the concentration of ionized.

Platelet function is commonly altered in liver cirrhosis. In an experimental model of liver cirrhosis, we have analyzed the mechanisms of defective platelet function, related to several. The conformation of different collagens may influence the mechanisms of interaction with platelets under flow and subsequent activation, which is a relevant factor in the interpretation of experimental results.

74 Acid-insoluble fibers display a characteristic banded pattern attributable to the regular staggering of collagen monomers, 36,   Platelets were mainly associated with coagulation and hemostasis; however, other biological effects have been attributed to platelets, including angiogenesis, extracellular matrix synthesis, inflammation, and immune response.

Dengue virus infection causes million cases of severe flu-like illness annually, escalating to life-threatening hemorrhagic fever or shock syndrome. Coagulation, also known as clotting, is the process by which blood changes from a liquid to a gel, forming a blood potentially results in hemostasis, the cessation of blood loss from a damaged vessel, followed by mechanism of coagulation involves activation, adhesion and aggregation of platelets, as well as deposition and maturation of fibrin.

Negative regulators that control platelet activation and adhesiveness. The tight balance between inhibitory (red arrows) and activatory (green arrows) signaling pathways is critical to maintain patrolling platelets in a quiescent, non-adhesive state and/or to limit platelet adhesion to sites of injury.

This report demonstrates that increased platelet activation and platelet-monocyte aggregate formation are observed in severe COVID patients, but not in patients presenting mild COVID syndrome.

In addition, exposure to plasma from severe COVID patients increased the activation of control platelets ex vivo. Although the mechanism and pathway involved in ADP-induced platelet aggregation have been described in human and mouse platelets, such information remains unclear in dog platelets.

Among the platelet agonists, thrombin is considered the most important and potent one that activates platelets via protease-activated receptors (PARs), a class of G. The precise mechanisms of platelet activation in acute coronary syndromes are still under investigation.

The study of basic mechanisms of platelet adhesion, activation and aggregation after atherosclerotic plaque rupture may help to define new targets for their inhibition. In the future, newer antiplatelet agents may offer more comprehensive.

Aspirin mechanism of action • For platelet function, important action is irreversible acetylation (for life of platelet) of serine of cyclooxygenase 1 (COX 1) • Inhibition of COX-1 leads to inhibition of thromboxane A2 production, one (of many) platelet agonists • Platelets are therefore less reactive, and less likely to form clots.

Platelet aggregation is not only an essential part of hemostasis, but also initiates acute coronary syndrome or ischemic stroke. The precise understanding of the activation mechanism of platelet aggregation is fundamental for the development of more effective agents against platelet aggregation.

Mechanisms of pathogen clearance by platelets may be direct, through the release of various antimicrobial peptides and indirect via the release of platelet-derived mediators that coordinate chemotaxis and activation of immune cells [83, ,].

Infection is commonly associated with tissue injury. Platelet activation, mitochondrial dysfunction and caspase-dependent phosphatidylserine exposure on platelets were also observed when platelets from healthy subjects were directly exposed to DENV in vitro. DENV-induced platelet activation was shown to occur through mechanisms largely dependent on.

Additional mechanisms of redox control of platelets involve nitric oxide that inhibits platelet responses, and reactive oxygen species that potentiate platelet thrombus formation. Specific nitrosative or oxidative modifications of thiol groups in platelets may modulate platelet function.

Figure ew of platelet activation. Platelet activation triggers platelet shape change and granule exocytosis. Alpha granules (blue) contain growth factors, coagulation and complement components and chondroitin sulfate; release of dense granules (gray) provides a source of ADP, ATP, Ca 2+, and ed platelet agonists and their receptors are indicated.

This platelet activation occurs via several mechanisms, most of which are associated with the physicochemical properties of the degradation products, including ion concentration, pH, molecular microstructure, and molecular weight.

Our findings not only provide a clearer understanding of the effects of degradation products from blood-contacting.

Functional Platelet Responses.- Development of Procoagulant Binding Sites on the Platelet Surface.- Mechanism of Inhibition of Platelet Coagulant Activity.- Platelet Interaction with the Contact System of Coagulation.- Adenosine Diphosphate as a Mediator of Platelet Aggregation in vivo.- Molecular Mechanism of Platelet Adhesion.- Endothelium as.

contacts with the blood. In sequence, it binds to activated factor VII, leading factor X activation and thrombin generation. In turn, thrombin converts fibrinogen to fibrin and, also activates platelets [10]. Inflammation also increases the synthesis and expression of TF, mainly by endothelial cells, macrophages and platelets [11].

Abstract. Background: Platelet activation and platelet-leukocyte crosstalk play important roles in the evolution and progress of coronary disease and diabetic r mechanisms are likely to occur in cerebrovascular disorders, too. Using the detection of specific epitopes on platelets, activation can be detected on a cellular level and used to gain further understanding of stroke.

Control of Calcium Mobilization.- Agonist-Induced Inositol Phospholipid Metabolism and Ca++ Flux in Human Platelet Activation.- Control and Interrelation of Aggregation and Secretion; The Roles of Ca2+, Diacylglycerol and Thromboxane with Particular Reference to ADP Stimulation.- Measurement of Intracellular Platelet Calcium with Aequorin and.

The increased NO in platelets stimulates cyclic guanosine monophosphate and protein kinase G by activating soluble guanylyl cyclase, which plays a crucial role in preventing platelet activation/aggregation. Therefore, an increase in bioavailable NO, either through endothelial or platelet production, is a critical determinant of platelet.Platelets secrete thromboxane A2, which acts on the platelet's own thromboxane receptors on the platelet surface (hence the so-called "out-in" mechanism), and those of other platelets.

These receptors trigger intraplatelet signaling, which converts GPIIb/IIIa receptors to .Learn more about the process of platelet activation and the involved coagulation factors triggering clot formation? Find more about clot formation on: https.