Title : Additive thrombin inhibition by fast moving heparin and dermatan sulfate explains the anticoagulant effect of sulodexide, a natural mixture of glycosaminoglycans.

Pub. Date : 2003 Mar 15

PMID : 12818259

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1 CONCLUSIONS: Thrombin inhibition produced by sulodexide is due to the additive effect of its components, namely, HCII catalysis by DS and AT catalysis by FMH. Dermatan Sulfate serpin family D member 1 Homo sapiens