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Comment: Monitoring the pulse of thrombus formation: comment on 'Modeling thrombosis in silico: frontiers, challenges, unresolved problems and milestones' by A.V. Belyaev et al.

Andrews, Robert K; Gardiner, Elizabeth


The study of platelet function in vitro under conditions that mimic blood flow remains a challenging area of research, due to the complexity of platelet interactions that occur rapidly and often irreversibly. However, the advent of increasingly powerful and sensitive microscopy and imaging approaches has enabled many new observations around platelet molecular events as a thrombus forms. The article by Belyaev and colleagues [1] elegantly reviews the current state of knowledge in this area,...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018-11
Type: Journal article
Source: Physics of Life Reviews
DOI: 10.1016/j.plrev.2018.07.001


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