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  • noun biochemistry An antithrombotic membrane protein on the surface of endothelial cells

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  • The protein, called thrombomodulin, is known to prevent clotting.

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  • The protein, called thrombomodulin, is known to prevent clotting.

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  • In conducting the study, published in the Sept. 12 issue of Circulation, the researchers found variants in the thrombomodulin gene were associated with greater risk of death in the five years following CABG surgery in a group of roughly 1,000 patients.

    Gene variant may raise death risk after heart bypass

  • In conducting the study, published in the Sept. 12 issue of Circulation, the researchers found variants in the thrombomodulin gene were associated with greater risk of death in the five years following CABG surgery in a group of roughly 1,000 patients.

    Gene variant may raise death risk after heart bypass

  • Thus, our findings that atorvastatin did not significantly decrease plasma levels of the soluble selectins and the thrombomodulin do not exclude the possibility that statin may affect the local expression of these proteins.

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  • In patients with aHUS and thrombomodulin mutations, the mutated thrombomodulin was less effective at interfering with complement activation, Conway said.

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  • The top three (CXCL10, CCL4 and CCL22) in table 1 and thrombomodulin in table 2 show separately significant differences between the baselines and at the end of the treatment.

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  • Using a variety of biochemical techniques, the researchers found that thrombomodulin not only protects blood from excess clotting, but it also prevents complement proteins from activating and damaging endothelial cells.

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  • Thus, our findings that atorvastatin did not significantly decrease plasma levels of the soluble selectins and the thrombomodulin do not exclude the possibility that statin may affect the local expression of these proteins.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The top three (CXCL10, CCL4 and CCL22) in table 1 and thrombomodulin in table 2 show separately significant differences between the baselines and at the end of the treatment.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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