A molecular intravascular ultrasound contrast agent allows detection of activated platelets on the surface of symptomatic human plaques

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A molecular intravascular ultrasound contrast agent allows detection of activated platelets on the surface of symptomatic human plaques

A Maier, P Plaza-Heck, F Meixner, F Guenther… - Atherosclerosis, 2017
... For binding with sLE a (01–044, Gaithersburg, MD, USA) or dysfunctional control-PAA (01-000, Gaithersburg, MD, USA) and LIBS-IgG or a non-specific control-IgG (248.896.0145, Innovative Research, Inc., Novi, Michigan, USA) , the MBs were incubated with 0.8 μg sLE a ...

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