Platelet adhesion is a critical functional component of blood platelets in pathophysiology and a current focus of drugs modulating platelet activity. In this chapter, we discuss platelet adhesion in terms of both basic science and clinical relevance, not only related to thrombosis and haemostasis, but also in terms of inflammation, infection, and immune-related functions of platelets. In particular, a key factor in the initiation and control of platelet adhesion in the healthy or diseased...[Show more]
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