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Concept Hemostasis
Academic Article The use of microfluidics in hemostasis: clinical diagnostics and biomimetic models of vascular injury.
Academic Article Microfluidic technology as an emerging clinical tool to evaluate thrombosis and hemostasis.
Grant A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING THE MECHANISMS OF SEX HORMONE INDUCED THROMBOEMBOLISM IN PRE-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN
Academic Article Molecular priming of Lyn by GPVI enables an immune receptor to adopt a hemostatic role.
Academic Article Down in a hole: a new laser ablation model of hemostasis.
Academic Article A local and global sensitivity analysis of a mathematical model of coagulation and platelet deposition under flow.
Academic Article A microfluidic model of hemostasis sensitive to platelet function and coagulation.
Grant An integrated computational and experimental approach to understanding the hemostatic response during treatment of bleeding
Academic Article The Art and Science of Building a Computational Model to Understand Hemostasis.
Grant A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING THE MECHANISMS OF SEX HORMONE INDUCED THROMBOEMBOLISM IN PRE-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN
Academic Article Physical forces regulating hemostasis and thrombosis: Vessels, cells, and molecules in illustrated review.
Academic Article Guidance on the critical shortage of sodium citrate coagulation tubes for hemostasis testing.
Academic Article In vitro flow-based assay: From simple toward more sophisticated models for mimicking hemostasis and thrombosis.

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