Published in Blood Weekly, June 21st, 2001
"In acute myocardial infarction (AMI), monocyte procoagulant activity is increased and may contribute to the risk for recurrence and other thrombotic events," explained Ilka Ott and colleagues at the Munchen University of Technology, Germany.
Rises in TF RNA shortly after AMI, without accompanying increases in substances that inhibit TF, was linked to elevated procoagulant activity by Ott and coworkers.
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