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HIGH GLUCOSE, BUT NOT TESTOSTERONE, INCEASES PLATELET AGGREGATION MEDIATED BY ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
Endothelial cells inhibit platelet aggregation by releasing thromboregulators, such as prostacyclin and nitric oxide. Male subject is known as a traditional-unmodified risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. Platelet ...
TESTOSTERONE DOES NOT INFLUENCE CD40 EXPRESSION IN THE HUMAN UMBILICAL VEIN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS (HUVECS) IN NORMO GLUCOSE MEDIUM
Cardiovascular diseases, one of the leading causes of mortality, are suffered by male subjects more frequently than female ones. Cluster of differentiation-40 molecule (CD40) is a receptor on the cell surface that is ...
TESTOSTERONE DOES NOT INFLUENCE CD40 EXPRESSION IN THE HUMAN UMBILICAL VEIN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS (HUVECS) IN HIGH GLUCOSE MEDIUM
Cardiovascular disease is associated with androgen hormones, particularly testosterone. Platelets play an important role in cardiovascular events as it can undergo inappropriate activation, adhesion, and aggregation, thus ...