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Multiple roles of glucose metabolism in platelet activation and survival identified

07-Aug-2017

Platelets, the cells in blood that enable clotting, are highly reliant on their ability to metabolize glucose, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Iowa. The findings may have implications for understanding the increased risk of thrombosis--blood clots inside blood ...

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A new ligand extends the half-life of peptide drugs from minutes to days

18-Jul-2017

Peptides are biological molecules, made up of short sequences of amino acids. Because they are easy to synthesize, show low toxicity and high efficiency, peptides such as insulin and other hormones can be used as drugs. But peptides are quickly cleared by the kidneys, which means that we can only ...

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Detecting blood clot risk using biomarkers

17-Mar-2017

Cancer is one of the hardest medical conditions to overcome, and for those who do so, the battle often does not stop at remission. Many cancers predispose patients to develop blood clots, particularly patients who are diagnosed at a late stage, which often complicates their treatment and reduces ...

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Detecting when and why deadly blood clots form

11-Jan-2016

Scientists at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have devised a better assay for testing blood's clotting tendency, also known as hemostasis, which could one day prove lifesaving in a variety of clinical situations in which a patient's health is ...

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Impact of high-fat diet on red blood cells may cause cardiovascular disease

18-Nov-2015

University of Cincinnati (UC) researchers have discovered the negative impact a high fat diet has on red blood cells and how these cells, in turn, promote the development of cardiovascular disease. This is one of the first studies to demonstrate the effect of red blood cells on the disease and ...

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5 million euros for medical innovation Dutch government invests in the pearls of previous research

27-Apr-2015

The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs has granted 2.5 million euros to extend seven promising research projects aimed at medical innovation. The projects, which are focused at debilitating and life-threatening diseases such as breast cancer, prostate cancer and thrombosis, are part of the Dutch ...

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Anemia drugs does not improve health of anemic heart failure patients

14-Mar-2013

Researchers from Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, have found that a commonly used drug to treat anemia in heart failure patients does not improve patients’ health, nor does it reduce their risk of death from heart failure. Results of the international study were published by The New ...

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Persistence pays off in solving hemophilia mystery, showing curiosity drives discovery

11-Mar-2013

An Australian researcher has found the third and final missing piece in the genetic puzzle of an unusual form of hemophilia, more than 20 year after he discovered the first two pieces. Professor Merlin Crossley, of the University of New South Wales, and his international team studied the ...

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Greater Accuracy in Gauging Blood Coagulation

Fluorogenic Peptide-Based Substrates for Monitoring Thrombin Activity

24-Feb-2012

Thrombin plays a key role in various pathologies of the haemostatic system. Overexpression of thrombin can result in thrombosis, whereas its underexpression might lead to haemophilia. Therefore, accurate monitoring of thrombin activity is crucial for determining the proper treatment of a given ...

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European Thrombosis Therapeutics Market is Experiencing an Urgent Need for Enhanced Products, Says Frost & Sullivan

Increasing Incidence of Thrombosis, Paralleled by Maturing Life cycles of Existing Products, Underpin the Demand for Novel Alternatives

03-Feb-2012

The increasing incidence of thrombosis, paralleled by the maturing life cycles of existing products, are motivating the need for novel alternatives. Establishing end-user confidence and ensuring cost-effectiveness pose significant challenges to market advancement. However, the launch of three ...

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