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Effects of the gelatin plasma substitutes Haemaccel, Plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma) on collagen-, ADP- and adrenaline-induced aggregation of human platelets in vitro.
Haemostasis. 1981; 10(5):276-88.H

Abstract

The effect of some gelatin plasma substitutes (Haemaccel, plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma), which are widely used in Europe) on collagen-, ADP- and adrenaline-induced platelet aggregation in human PRP in vitro was studied under controlled conditions (pH, electrolyte composition). Haemaccel inhibited these aggregations, both in citrated as well as in heparinised PRP, whereas they were enhanced by both Plasmagel and Plasmion as compared to the appropriate control. Increasing teh concentration of the inducer overcame the inhibition by Haemaccel. Haemaccel inhibited, while Plasmion enhanced 14C-serotonin release induced by collagen, ADP or adrenaline. Also in the presence of indomethacin (90 muM) Haemaccel inhibited aggregation induced by high concentrations of collagen and the primary aggregation induced by ADP and adrenaline, while Plasmion enhanced these aggregations induced by ADP and adrenaline, while Plasmion enhanced these aggregations. The inhibition by Haemaccel was not caused by binding of Ca2+ to haemaccel.

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eng

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7274780

Citation

Stibbe, J, et al. "Effects of the Gelatin Plasma Substitutes Haemaccel, Plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma) On Collagen-, ADP- and Adrenaline-induced Aggregation of Human Platelets in Vitro." Haemostasis, vol. 10, no. 5, 1981, pp. 276-88.
Stibbe J, van der Plas PM, Ong GL, et al. Effects of the gelatin plasma substitutes Haemaccel, Plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma) on collagen-, ADP- and adrenaline-induced aggregation of human platelets in vitro. Haemostasis. 1981;10(5):276-88.
Stibbe, J., van der Plas, P. M., Ong, G. L., ten Hoor, F., Nauta, J., de Jong, D. S., Krenning-Douma, E., & Gomes, M. (1981). Effects of the gelatin plasma substitutes Haemaccel, Plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma) on collagen-, ADP- and adrenaline-induced aggregation of human platelets in vitro. Haemostasis, 10(5), 276-88.
Stibbe J, et al. Effects of the Gelatin Plasma Substitutes Haemaccel, Plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma) On Collagen-, ADP- and Adrenaline-induced Aggregation of Human Platelets in Vitro. Haemostasis. 1981;10(5):276-88. PubMed PMID: 7274780.
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TY - JOUR T1 - Effects of the gelatin plasma substitutes Haemaccel, Plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma) on collagen-, ADP- and adrenaline-induced aggregation of human platelets in vitro. AU - Stibbe,J, AU - van der Plas,P M, AU - Ong,G L, AU - ten Hoor,F, AU - Nauta,J, AU - de Jong,D S, AU - Krenning-Douma,E, AU - Gomes,M, PY - 1981/1/1/pubmed PY - 1981/1/1/medline PY - 1981/1/1/entrez SP - 276 EP - 88 JF - Haemostasis JO - Haemostasis VL - 10 IS - 5 N2 - The effect of some gelatin plasma substitutes (Haemaccel, plasmagel and Plasmion (Geloplasma), which are widely used in Europe) on collagen-, ADP- and adrenaline-induced platelet aggregation in human PRP in vitro was studied under controlled conditions (pH, electrolyte composition). Haemaccel inhibited these aggregations, both in citrated as well as in heparinised PRP, whereas they were enhanced by both Plasmagel and Plasmion as compared to the appropriate control. Increasing teh concentration of the inducer overcame the inhibition by Haemaccel. Haemaccel inhibited, while Plasmion enhanced 14C-serotonin release induced by collagen, ADP or adrenaline. Also in the presence of indomethacin (90 muM) Haemaccel inhibited aggregation induced by high concentrations of collagen and the primary aggregation induced by ADP and adrenaline, while Plasmion enhanced these aggregations induced by ADP and adrenaline, while Plasmion enhanced these aggregations. The inhibition by Haemaccel was not caused by binding of Ca2+ to haemaccel. SN - 0301-0147 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/7274780/Effects_of_the_gelatin_plasma_substitutes_Haemaccel,_Plasmagel_and_Plasmion_(Geloplasma)_on_collagen-,_ADP-_and_adrenaline-induced_aggregation_of_human_platelets_in_vitro L2 - https://www.lens.org/lens/search?q=citation_id:7274780 DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -