Trans-Plasma Membrane Electron Transport in Human Blood Platelets: An Update

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Abstract

The plasma membrane redox (PMR) system is important for cell metabolism and survival; it is also crucial for blood coagulation and thrombosis. This review will give an update on the PMR system, with a particular regard to platelets, and on the role of antioxidant vitamins belonging to this system.

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Avigliano, L., Savini, I., Catani, M. V., & Del Principe, D. (2015). Trans-Plasma Membrane Electron Transport in Human Blood Platelets: An Update. In Recent Advances in Medicinal Chemistry (Vol. 1, pp. 404–432). Elsevier Inc. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-803961-8.50013-0

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