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Blood platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine accumulation and migraine.
Ups J Med Sci Suppl. 1980; 31:10-2.UJ

Abstract

The active uptake of 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) by platelets from migraine patients was measured and the results compared with 5-HT uptake of platelets from normal subjects. No significant differences in platelet 5-HT uptake were found between migraine patients and control subjects. A significant correlation was found between the length of time since the patients last migraine attack and Vmax (maximal rate of 5-HT transport). Patients who had a headache within five days prior to the test had significantly lower values of Vmax than patients without recent headaches. The implications and possible causes of this reduction in platelet 5-HT transport are discussed.

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eng

PubMed ID

6935852

Citation

Carroll, J D., et al. "Blood Platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine Accumulation and Migraine." Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences. Supplement, vol. 31, 1980, pp. 10-2.
Carroll JD, Coppen A, Swade CC, et al. Blood platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine accumulation and migraine. Ups J Med Sci Suppl. 1980;31:10-2.
Carroll, J. D., Coppen, A., Swade, C. C., & Wood, K. M. (1980). Blood platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine accumulation and migraine. Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences. Supplement, 31, 10-2.
Carroll JD, et al. Blood Platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine Accumulation and Migraine. Ups J Med Sci Suppl. 1980;31:10-2. PubMed PMID: 6935852.
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