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. © 2008 Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.

Avigliano, L., Savini, I., Catani, M.V., & Del Principe, D. (2008). Trans-plasma membrane electron transport in human blood platelets. MINI-REVIEWS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, 8(6), 555-563 [10.2174/138955708784534463].

Trans-plasma membrane electron transport in human blood platelets

AVIGLIANO, LUCIANA;SAVINI, ISABELLA;CATANI, MARIA VALERIA;
2008

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. © 2008 Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.
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Antioxidants; Free radicals; Nicotinamide; Plasma membrane redox system; Platelets; Ubiquinone; Vitamin C; Vitamin E
Avigliano, L., Savini, I., Catani, M.V., & Del Principe, D. (2008). Trans-plasma membrane electron transport in human blood platelets. MINI-REVIEWS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, 8(6), 555-563 [10.2174/138955708784534463].
Avigliano, L; Savini, I; Catani, Mv; Del Principe, D
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