Polymers

serpin family C member 1 ; Homo sapiens







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1 30886063 Deciphering the role of trehalose in hindering antithrombin polymerization. 2019 Apr 30 1
2 28229167 Mutation in a highly conserved glycine residue in strand 5B of plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 causes polymerisation. 2017 May 3 1
3 26584351 Reciprocal relationship between contact and complement system activation on artificial polymers exposed to whole human blood. 2016 Jan 1
4 18345636 Neutral styrene divinylbenzene copolymers for adsorption of toxins in liver failure. 2008 Apr 1
5 15787598 Molecular mousetraps and the serpinopathies. 2005 Apr 1
6 14694355 Practical genetics: alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency and the serpinopathies. 2004 Mar 1
7 8626560 Intracellular polymerization of the serpin plasminogen activator inhibitor type 2. 1996 Apr 26 1
8 8718936 Heparin-like functionalized polymer surfaces: discrimination between catalytic and adsorption processes during the course of thrombin inhibition. 1996 May 1
9 8208096 [Interaction of heparinized polymer materials with plasma proteins and thrombocytes]. 1994 Mar-Apr 1
10 1366018 Heparin binding site, conformational change, and activation of antithrombin. 1992 Dec 22 2
11 1741682 The interaction of heparinized biomaterials with human serum, albumin, fibrinogen, antithrombin III, and platelets. 1991 Oct 1
12 2275918 Interactions of biospecific functional polymers with blood proteins and cells. 1990 1
13 3218731 Measurement of the affinities of heparins, naturally occurring glycosaminoglycans, and other sulfated polymers for antithrombin III and thrombin. 1988 Oct 2
14 3590108 Affinity of antithrombin III for insoluble modified polystyrene. 1987 Apr 1 1
15 6722255 Catalysis of the generation of thrombin-antithrombin complex by insoluble anticoagulant polystyrene derivatives. 1984 Mar 1
16 7157229 Interactions of anticoagulant insoluble modified polystyrene resins with plasmatic proteins. 1982 Oct 1 1