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serpin family C member 1 ; Homo sapiens







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1 35486842 Two SERPINC1 variants affecting N-glycosylation of Asn224 cause severe thrombophilia not detected by functional assays. 2022 Apr 29 2
2 33419227 N-Glycosylation as a Tool to Study Antithrombin Secretion, Conformation, and Function. 2021 Jan 6 2
3 31885188 Congenital antithrombin deficiency in patients with splanchnic vein thrombosis. 2020 May 1
4 28219627 Antithrombin III Protects Against Contrast-Induced Nephropathy. 2017 Mar 1
5 27214821 Hypoglycosylation is a common finding in antithrombin deficiency in the absence of a SERPINC1 gene defect. 2016 Aug 1
6 24121110 Sequence, phylogenetic and variant analyses of antithrombin III. 2013 Nov 1 1
7 18691229 Biochemical comparison of seven commercially available prothrombin complex concentrates. 2008 Oct 1
8 15578742 Exact molecular mass determination of various forms of native and de-N-glycosylated human plasma-derived antithrombin by means of electrospray ionization ion trap mass spectrometry. 2004 Dec 1
9 11919156 A new strategy for defining critical functional groups on heparan sulfate. 2002 Apr 1
10 10712595 Salmon antithrombin has only three carbohydrate side chains, and shows functional similarities to human beta-antithrombin. 2000 Mar 2
11 7599134 Partial glycosylation of antithrombin III asparagine-135 is caused by the serine in the third position of its N-glycosylation consensus sequence and is responsible for production of the beta-antithrombin III isoform with enhanced heparin affinity. 1995 Jul 4 3
12 8037658 Interaction of heparin with synthetic antithrombin III peptide analogues. 1994 Jul 1 1
13 3868345 Influence of antithrombin III on carbon tetrachloride intoxication of rabbits. 1985 1
14 7372626 Structural studies on the carbohydrate portion of human antithrombin III. 1980 Jun 10 1