Isolation of Platelets:
J.F. Mustard, R.L. Kinlough-Rathbone, and M.A. Packham, Isolation of Human Platelets from Plasma by Centrifugation and Washing.
S. Timmons and J. Hawiger, Isolation of Human Platelets by Albumin Gradient and Gel Filtration.
B. Rucinski and S. Niewiarowski, Isolation and Characterization of Porcine Platelets.
J.L. Catalfamo and W.J. Dodds, Isolation of Platelets from Laboratory Animals.
Platelet Adhesion, Aggregation, and Turnover:
K.S. Sakariassen, R. Muggli, and H.R. Baumgartner, Measurements of Platelet Interaction with Components of the Vessel Wall in Flowing Blood.
G.L. Fry and J.C. Hoak, Measurement of Platelet Interaction with Endotheliel Monolayers.
A. Eldor, Z. Fuks, R.F. Levine, and I. Vlodavsky, Measurement of Platelet and Megakaryocyte Interaction with the Subendothelial Extracellular Matrix.
K. Park, D.F. Mosher, and S.L. Cooper, Ex Vivo Measurement of Platelet Adhesion to Polymeric Surfaces.
J.N. Lindon, L. Kushner, and E.W. Salzman, Platelet Interaction with Artificial Surfaces: In Vitro Evaluation.
M.B. Zucker, Platelet Aggregation Measured by the Photometric Method.
M.M. Frojmovic, J.G. Milton, and A.L. Gear, Platelet Aggregation Measured in Vitro by Microscopic and Electronic Particle Counting.
K.M. Brinkhous and M.S. Read, Use of Fixed Platelets in Agglutination/Aggregation Tests.
D. Bessman, Determination of Platelet Volume and Number.
W.A. Heaton, A. du P. Heyns, and J.H. Joist, Measurement of in Vivo Platelet Turnover and Organ Distribution Using 111In-Labeled Platelets.
J. Hawiger, Platelet Secretory Pathwa
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