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The Non-Thrombotic Role of Platelets in Health and Disease

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Academic Editor

Steve W. Kerrigan

RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dublin

Co-editor

Niamh Moran

The Royal College of Surgeons

PublishedNovember 18th, 2015

Doi10.5772/58357

ISBN978-953-51-2208-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4212-6

Copyright year2015

Number of pages248

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Production and Destruction of Platelets

By Joseph Jr Italiano and John Hartwig

2,340
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2. The Traditional Role of Platelets in Hemostasis

By Douglass A. Drelich and Paul F. Bray

2,087
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3. Role of Platelets in Inflammation

By Mònica Arman, Holly Payne, Tatyana Ponomaryov and Alexander Brill

2,234
4
1,417
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5. Platelet Interactions with Viruses and Parasites

By Ana Lopez Alonso and Dermot Cox

1,852
6. Platelets — Allies of Tumour Cells

By Annachiara Mitrugno, Niamh Moran and Pat Metharom

1,560
7. Platelets, Inflammation and Respiratory Disease

By Brian P. O’Sullivan and Steven W. Kerrigan

1,898
8. A Role for Platelets in Normal Pregnancy

By Maryam Al Obaidly, Carmen Regan, Bashir Lwaleed and Niamh Moran

1,509
10. Platelets in Alzheimer’s Disease

By Barbara Plagg and Christian Humpel

1,538
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11. Platelets in Tissue Regeneration

By Ronaldo J. F. C. do Amaral and Alex Balduino

1,574
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