Epoprostenol

serpin family C member 1 ; Homo sapiens







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1 19320820 Mutagenesis studies toward understanding the intracellular signaling mechanism of antithrombin. 2009 May 1
2 12480701 Antithrombin reduces ischemia/reperfusion-induced renal injury in rats by inhibiting leukocyte activation through promotion of prostacyclin production. 2003 Apr 15 1
3 12768169 [Antithrombin: prospects in clinical practice. Sespsi: anticoagulant or anti-inflammatory agents?]. 2003 May 1
4 12004255 Antithrombin, heparin, and heparan sulfate. 2002 May 2
5 12168569 The anti-inflammatory actions of antithrombin--a review. 2002 1
6 12441904 Antithrombin: a new look at the actions of a serine protease inhibitor. 2002 Dec 1
7 10810875 [Endothelial cells and coagulation abnormalities]. 2000 Apr 2
8 10872794 Antithrombin III, a serpin family protease inhibitor, is a major heparin binding protein in porcine aqueous humor. 2000 May 27 1
9 9662467 Antithrombin prevents endotoxin-induced pulmonary vascular injury by inhibiting leukocyte activation. 1998 Apr 1
10 2175954 Heparin-like glycosaminoglycan is a receptor for antithrombin III-dependent but not for thrombin-dependent prostacyclin production in human endothelial cells. 1990 Sep 15 11
11 2512688 Interaction of thrombin with heparin cofactor II and antithrombin III on prostacyclin production by cultured endothelial cells. 1989 Oct 1 2
12 7035043 Paradoxical behaviour of antithrombin III during hemodialysis and its prevention with prostacyclin. 1982 Jan 1
13 160589 Effects of PGI2 on the inactivation of thrombin, factor Xa, and plasmin by antithrombin-III and heparin. 1979 Jul 1