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-like growth factor-1 . FASEB J 2006 ; 20 : 2402 – 2404 . 10.1007/s12178-008-9032-5 3. Sampson S Gerhardt M Mandelbaum B . Platelet rich plasma injection grafts for musculoskeletal injuries: a review . Curr Rev Musculoskelet Med 2008 ; 1

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PPP Platelet-poor plasma PRP Platelet-rich plasma Footnotes a. SNAP 4Dx Plus Test, Idexx Laboratories Inc, Westbrook, Me. b. Dade PFA-100 Collagen/ADP Test Cartridge, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc, Tarrytown, NY. c. PFA-100 System

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were oriented perpendicular to the simulated wound area. Bar = 200 μm (applies to all panels). Discussion The use of platelet-rich plasma gels and platelet releasates has recently received a great deal of interest as an aid to wound healing

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used method for platelet function testing, has some drawbacks. Disadvantages of the Born method include the need for preparation of platelet-rich plasma, which results in separation of other blood cells from platelets, which can influence platelet

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thromboplastin time PMP Platelet-derived microparticles PPP Platelet-poor plasma PRP Platelet-rich plasma PT Prothrombin time TEG Thrombelastography tPA Tissue plasminogen activator vWF von Willebrand factor vWF:Ag von Willebrand factor antigen

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Platelet-activating factor PG Prostaglandin PGI 2 Prostacyclin PPP Platelet-poor plasma PRP Platelet-rich plasma PT 1-stage prothrombin time TX Thromboxane a. PFA-100, Dade-Behring, Mississauga, ON, Canada. b. Equine muscle adenosine 5

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assays were performed as described. 29 Light transmission aggregometry was performed in an aggregometer h with platelet-rich plasma (≥ 150,000 platelets/μL) with no adjustment to a standard platelet count. The maximal percentage aggregation and area

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