|Images illustrating some aspects of the
mentioned assays and techniques. Click on pictures to
- Electrophoretic gel to detect phosphotyrosin proteins
after platelet adhesion onto collagen.
- Light micrograph showing annexin V in activated
platelets as detected after immunogold staining.
- Light micrographs showing platelet-derived microparticles
onto perfused subendothelium detected by immunofluorescence
(A) that correlates to fibrin formation in the same
- Northern blot analysis of Tissue Factor mRNA as
detected in endothelial cells incubated with desmopressin.
- Erythrocyte aggregation is responsible for non-newtonian
behavior of blood viscosity under low shear rates.
- Immunocytochemical detection of endothelial cell
antigens as seen throug epipolarization microscopy
(right). Compare to transilumination (left).
The following video on confocal microscopy of stents thrombogenicity is available:
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Last update: Oct 22, 2018